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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)


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05/12/2021

Mary Doll - DAY 11 - Halfway

We celebrated passing the halfway point, measured by distance today. We went crazy and had non alcoholic gin and tonics to mark the occasion. No limes left, but we did have ice. We’re not savages! It did however prompt conversations about what read more...

05/12/2021

Mary Doll - DAY 11 - Halfway

We celebrated passing the halfway point, measured by distance today. We went crazy and had non alcoholic gin and tonics to mark the occasion. No limes left, but we did have ice. We’re not savages! It did however prompt conversations about what read more...

05/12/2021

Addictive Sailing - Addictive sailing Volcano video

https://youtu.be/SZFZyYrn7vQ-- Brieuc Maisonneuve+ 33 6 24 43 00 17www.addictive-sailing.com read more...

04/12/2021

Tamanaco - today’s hero is… Vincent!

Yesterday our Code Zero sail came loose at rhe top of the mast, due to a breakage of the exact same swivel part that caused our gennaker sail to come Down A week or so ago.So for the night we just unfurled the Genoa headsail and a little bit of read more...

04/12/2021

Emily Morgan - Day 14 - Sextant session

Saturday 4th December Noon position (Ship's Clock) 18 degrees 02 minutes North; 47 degrees 55 minutes West Overnight the wind gradually decreased and the seas decreased. By early morning we were able to set the mizzen sail, unfurl the genoa to its read more...


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