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The ARC is a ‘must do’ for many sailors, and attracts over 200 boats and 1200 people every year to sail 2700 NM across the Atlantic from Gran Canaria to Saint Lucia.

The ARC is for everyone; families with children, tough racers, cruising couples, big boats and modest boats. Crossing the Atlantic together, but having their own adventures. More than just a boat race, the ARC is about friendships made ashore in the two weeks of pre-departure activities continued over the radio net at sea. It’s about arriving in Saint Lucia to be met on the dock with a rum punch and a chilled beer, knowing you have achieved something fantastic - crossing an ocean on a small sailboat.

“I would like to take the opportunity to thank you and your team for a great event, and most probably one of the best experiences of my life” Max Klink, yacht Caro (GER)


First Over the Line Celebrations for ARC 2022.

Reaching the shores of Saint Lucia in just 11 days, 12 hours, 12 minutes and 26 seconds it was the Marsaudon ORC 50 Malolo and her crew of 6 experienced sailors who were the first to cross the ARC 2022 finish line under the cover of darkness on Thursday 1 December at 20:42hrs local time.To mark their achievement and officially kick-off the annual ARC arrival in Saint Lucia, a gathering was held... Click here for more info..

Welcome to Saint Lucia ARC 2022.

November has seen some near-perfect trade wind conditions across the mid-Atlantic for the 37th edition of the ARC which has meant a fast crossing for the fleet of 2022. So far, it has been a true ocean sleigh ride, a little rocking and rolling at times, but the boats have fared well, and crews have shown great spirit as the miles fall away to approach the shores of Saint Lucia.Welcoming the... Click here for more info..

Life on the ocean waves for the crews of ARC 2022.

Following the emotional departure of the ARC fleet from Las Palmas Marina over a week ago to a cacophony of music, horns and farewell cheers, the crews of ARC 2022 have been embracing the sounds of the ocean as they munch down the miles to Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia.The first week at sea has delivered plenty of special moments bearing the hallmarks of a great ocean sail – highs and lows included.... Click here for more info..
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Sunbeat VI - Day 13 - Tims Birthday

In honour of his birthday, Tim was allowed to spend half his day on the foredeck relaxing, while the rest of the crew ran around the boat trimming sheets and worrying about weather forecasts.The team planned a surprise party, with a chocolate read more...


Katy - Friday 2/12 Day 12

We had another flying fish land in the cockpit this morning. I know this happens a lot but it still comes as a bit of a shock as it whizzes past your ear to land, flapping, in front of you. Its never in daylight either, always in the dead of night. read more...


Salamander - Food Preparation

Planning and preparing food for eight people for an Atlantic crossing is no easy feat. For a start no one knows exactly how long we are going to take, we can make a good guess on previous crossings and the distance we are going to travel.Sue is a read more...


Bluewater Mooney - BLUEWATER MOONEY 02.12.2022

Wir konnten den ganzen Tag den Code 0 stehen lassen. Da die Squalltätigkeit noch nicht richtig aufgekommen ist, haben wir uns entschlossen, den Spi auch für die Nacht stehen zu lassen.Nach dem Abendessen bereiten wir den Videoabend vor - Netflix read more...


Blue Moon - day 12 blog blue moon

Guess today is my day to write the blog.We had a beautiful start in the day, the sea calmed a bit the wind decreased. Perfect day to fly the kite! Everything gets ready in a smooth way step by step and voilà we re flying directly towards St Lucia. read more...

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On behalf of myself and my four crew I would like to thank you and all your team for making our time with ARC 2016 a mighty and most enjoyable experience. From the moment we arrived in Las Palmas till departure from Rodney Bay we were looked after so well by your team. All our problems/queries were dealt with in a most competent and satisfactory manner. It was a first class experience for all of us. I had always said that I would only do a trans Atlantic once however this has changed and I will hopefully do it again with ARC!

Nick Musgrave - SY Jasmine (IRL)

Thank you all for your fantastic and enthusiastic support and work to make this a wonderful ARC for us and all participating yachts. Once again we thank you all, we had a wonderful time.

Gijs & Femke, King's Legend ARC 2014

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Pipeline Across the Ocean

At the end of WWII, the Allies set-up PLUTO a ‘Pipeline Under the Ocean’ to supply fuel to their armies in France. In 2022 we have witnessed our own virtual ARC Pipeline Across the Ocean as a stream of ARC boats have formed a pipeline to refuel the yacht Take Off after the Grand Soleil 54 was dismasted five days ago, some 1400NM out from Saint Lucia.... more info

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