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World ARC

Starting from Saint Lucia and Australia, World ARC is the voyage of a lifetime. A 26000 NM tradewind circumnavigation with our team in every port ensuring a warm welcome.
World ARC is a mix of cruising in company and free time to explore. Make a full circumnavigation or sail half a rally. The pace keeps the fleet together, enjoying the shore-side activities as a group, while staying with the best weather. Families with children, retirees or a ‘grown up gap year’ - all are welcome as part of World ARC. Our dedicated rally team ensure you make the most of your time ashore, and provide peace of mind at sea.
“Bill and I will remember this trip every day of our lives. It has been a life changing experience”


La Réunion - An island to explore.

The shortest passage for the World ARC fleets circumnavigation of only 130 nautical miles from Mauritius to La Reunion provided mixed conditions. First arrivals to Le Port found on the north west side of the island where crews are currently based started at 0800 Friday morning where Hugur was first to moor alongside. Consecutive arrivals saw all yachts being berthed by 1400. A welcome reception... Click here for more info..

From Mauritius to La Reunion.

The fifth visit of World ARC to Mauritius again proved to be a stopover which was thoroughly enjoyed due to the hospitality, facilities and beauty of the island. During their visit, crews took the opportunity to explore what Mauritius has to offer including a World ARC tour visiting sites in the north of the island including Chateau Labourdonnais, L’Aventure du Sucre and the Botanical Gardens.... Click here for more info..

Welcome to Mauritius !.

Yesterday marked another milestone in the World ARC 2015-16 fleets circumnavigation as yacht ‘Allegro’ a Trintella 45 skippered by Luis Adao arrived in Port Louis, Mauritius to a very warm welcome. Fog horns, fresh fruit, rum and even live music awaited Allegro as they berthed at the Cauden Basin, the home for the fleet for the next week. “We were welcomed by the fleet - in the traditional... Click here for more info..
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Exody - Days 316 -321: Riding the Agulhas Current

Clad in warm snugs, long pants with foul weather gear at the ready, we are disappointed to be only doing 7.5 knots this sunny Saturday (28th November) heading virtually due west along the bottom of Africa with a Force 6 easterly directly astern!12 read more...


Firefly - A week at Pangkor Island

Today is Thursday 26th November and at 0800 this morning Firefly departed Pangkor Island Marina after 7 enjoyable days. We did not go far, only about 6 miles to an anchorage on the west side of Pangkor Island that we are now sharing with about 10 read more...


Starblazer - 27/11/2015 - East London (South Africa not UK!)

We had a fantastic sail for a few hours early on Wednesday morning, averaging over 9 knots.For an hour our speed didn't drop below 10, isn't a favourable current a wonderful thing?Suddenly, soon after 0600, the wind died to next to nothing prior to read more...


Starblazer - 24/11/2015 – Weather Window? More like Revolving Doors!

During the past week in Richards Bay the most common topic of conversation was the weather.As I mentioned in my last blog, Monday’s window slammed shut on Tuesday, time enough for one boat to sail overnight and reach Durban safely.The next ‘window’ read more...


Exody - Days 310-315: Durban, Drakensberg, Mandela

Exody was first of the fleet to leave Richards Bay on the evening of Monday16th riding the short weather window southwestwards to Durban with a robust NNE'ly taking us there rapidly under very well reefed genoa alone.  Arriving early Tuesday read more...

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Just a short note to express our gratitude and thanks for the terrific service we are enjoying from you and your staff. I had little idea what to expect being fairly new to this sailing lark, and we blindly paid in advance trusting that you would deliver. You certainly have done! Whilst, we were building our businesses, we had many sayings and quotes and one of my favourites was always to exceed your client’s expectations no matter how high or low. You have certainly achieved that for us and we do thank you.
Steve Rodwell, sy Kasuje
It was the trip of a lifetime. Many thanks to World ARC and its personnel who made this possible.
Steve Spracher, sy Southern Cross

World Cruising Club

Annapolis Ocean Sailing Forum Podcast

Episodes 126 & 127 are parts one and two of World Cruising Club's 2015 Ocean Sailing Forum. It’s a panel discussion of all things ocean sailing. I moderated it, and our guests included Lee & Rachel Cumberland of Satori, their Tayana 37; Rick & Julie Palm of Archer, their Outremer 51 catamaran; and Sheryl & Paul Shard of Distant Shores, their Southerly 49. Paul & Sheryl also have been making the popular TV series of the same name now for over 25 years.... more info

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