Last Wednesday the ARC Europe fleet set off on the longest leg of their transatlantic adventure. The boats left St George's in Bermuda under light and constant breeze. For different reasons, Moonstruck III and Summerwinds of Cuan left Bermuda a couple of days later, making part of the fleet with 28 boats, and are now on the rear of the group between a high and low pressure.In terms of weather it has been an interesting passage for the fleet. Here is some commentary from WCC weatherman Chris Tibbs:It is quite unusual in that a low has moved over the mid-Atlantic area and has stalled. Therefore where the boats are in relation to the low's centre determines the wind they have. The faster, and boats following the weather, have gone south of the low in reasonably favourable winds and some are... Click here for more info..