RORC Caribbean 600
The RORC Caribbean 600 is the only offshore race in the Caribbean season. Starting and finishing in Antigua, the course takes in 11 islands totalling 605 nm.
The race was established in 2009 and attracts a wide variety of yachts from all over the world, including ocean going performance cruisers and some of the world’s most magnificent racing yachts. This popular race offers crew and navigators exciting racing, sunshine, shorts and warm sea.
Join ‘Sam of Hamble,’ a race prepared Sigma 38 maintained and run by CAH Sailing. Race with a professional race skipper, Peter Hopps, who skippered our Round Britain and Ireland 2014 crew. Training is included in this package which promises champagne racing.
RORC Caribbean 600 race 22rd February – 26th February
Accommodation on board
Entry to the race regatta
All the extras: mooring fees, diesel, water
If you would like to join us, but would like to get some more experience or brush up on some racing skills before coming along, have a look at our courses page. We have a set of yacht racing worksheets available for download, please click here to download.
If you are unsure if this race is right for you, contact us and we will be happy to discuss your experience and your sailing goals to help you choose the best option for you.
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