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”
World ARC 2023-24 Niue Round Up.
Having battled the swells and mastered the wharf, participants of the World ARC 2023-24 fleet were able to see the natural beauty of Niue in its finest form. Enjoyed by all, Niue will no doubt be remembered for the rest of the circumnavigation as one of the friendliest countries, coupled with having the clearest water in the pacific. Highlights included the Limu Pools, Mapta Chasm and Talava... Click here for more info..
Niue, at the edge of time!.
Niue, UTC -11, the needle in the haystack of the South Pacific. Surrounded by nothing but ocean, the nation state of Niue is the smallest country the World ARC sailors will visit on their voyages. With an abundance of majestic submarine coral life, towering limestone cliff faces and some of the friendliest locals the fleet are set to meet on their travels – its going to be one to remember.The... Click here for more info..
Leaving French Polynesia behind.
Group 2 of the World ARC 2023-24 Circumnavigator fleet departed from the Bora Bora lagoon at midday today, in front of the spectacular backdrop of Mount Otemanu, in the centre of the island. The winds were light but sufficient to get the fleet underway. Leading the group across the start line was the Italian yacht Enalia, skippered by Cristina Mugnaini, followed by the British yacht Misty... Click here for more info..
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Walkabout - La Ora Na from Tahiti
S17:32.4 W149:34.2 As the more astute amongst you will have realised - we are in Tahiti!!!We arrived 24 hours ago, and as usual, the first day after we arrive somewhere is a bit of a blur, as we try to get the boat and ourselves a bit read more...
Walkabout - Day 4 - 15 miles to Fakarava, Tuamotu
S15:54 W145:37Our final night at sea and the sun is about to rise above the horizon and we are all looking forward to anchoring off the town of Rotoava and having dinner ashore!Fakarava is the second largest of the atolls that are the Tuamotu read more...
World ARC has been so worthwhile and terrific value for money. You have a brilliant support team and they all do their jobs so efficiently. At the official stop-overs, Paul and Suzana were always waiting on the dock to take our lines, whatever the time of day or night and Paul was great at organising people to come and fix Tzigane. We would never have contemplated a trip like this without an organised rally. World ARC too has provided great parties and get-togethers.
John & Jenny Greenwood, sy Tzigane
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
The Emberá People of Darién
A first person perspective of a fascinating visit to Emberá Puru, a village in the jungle where the indigenous Emberá people live.
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