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ARC January

Following the classic trade wind route from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria to Rodney Bay Marina, Saint Lucia, ARC January sets off early in the New Year promising consistent trade winds for a great ocean sail. With all the hallmarks of the safety, support and social activities that World Cruising rallies are famed for, ARC January provides a third route option across the Atlantic to build camaraderie and enjoy your own adventure.


World Cruising Club eNews Feb 2022.

World Cruising Club eNews - Feb 2022Read hereContents:Rally round up.... latest news on our rallies and routes for 2022 and 2023 including World ARC, our Atlantic ARCs in November and January, pls this summer's routes on ARC Europe, ARC Portugal and ARC BalticSpring Seminar programme now open to registerEquipment: introducing Iridium Certus 100Cruiser of the month: take a look at this bluewater... Click here for more info..

ARC January 2022 Prizegiving concludes the first edition.

Deciding to sail the Atlantic as part of an organised fleet brings support, learning advantages and of course entertainment and great camaraderie. It has been said on many occasion that members of previous fleets remain sailing friends for life and the first edition of ARC January has proved no exception.As a smaller fleet, it was quickly apparent that crews shared the same excitement and for... Click here for more info..

Sunset Cruise to Welcome ARC January .

From one boat to another, Go Tango, an 80ft double decker catamaran was the venue for the ARC January welcome drinks. Organised by World Cruising Club Partners, Events Company Saint Lucia and The Saint Lucia Tourist Authority, the evening began from IGY Rodney Bay Marina sailing into the Lucian sunset out in the bay. Participants were treated to an impressive display of energetic light dancers... Click here for more info..
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Friendship - Welcome St. Lucia

Um 02.21.03 Uhr St. Lucia Zeit fuhren wir am 2. Februar über die Ziellinie. Über Funk spielte die ARC Rallye Control „We are the Champions“ für uns. Ein einmaliges und unbeschreiblich schönes Gefühl. Die letzten Stunden auf See waren nochmal read more...


Oyster Belle - Log Day 24 - Landfall

After more than 3 weeks on the high seas, we expect to cross the finish line and arrive at Rodney Bay today in the late afternoon, just in time for sun downers which will be a large double of whatever, extra cold. As our ocean adventure is drawing read more...


Yellow - Update from Yellow

A few updates from Yellow:  We passed a 50+ knot storm:  Another day we realized the screws on the rudder where read more...


Oyster Belle - Log Day 23 - RIP spinnaker

After another day’s hard work pulling us through the ocean towards our destination St Lucia, our trusted thread bear, longest serving sail, our colorful spinnaker finally gave up the ghost. With the recovery sock no longer able to douse the sail we read more...


Friendship - Tag 24 - der letzte Tag auf See

Nun ist also der letzte Tag auf See angebrochen. Wir haben nun noch gut 50 Seemeilen bis zur nördlichen Ansteuerung St. Lucias. Dort halten wir etwas Sicherheitsabstand. Von dort aus geht es dann noch sechs Meilen weiter, bis wir Pigeon Point read more...

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Join us in the virtual cockpit for conversation and chat in a unique online event to inspire your bluewater cruising ambitions. Whether you already have your bluewater boat and are looking for advice and support from those who have been live-aboard cruising, or you have a shared dream of sailing into the horizon one day, then joining Bluewater Cockpit Conversations is for you!... more info

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