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RORC Caribbean 600

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The RORC Caribbean 600 has become an offshore racing classic, mentioned in the same breath as the Rolex Fastnet, the Rolex Sydney – Hobart and Newport-Bermuda as a “must do” race....
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Rolex Middle Sea Race

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Starting and finishing in Valetta, Malta the course takes you through the straights of Messina, past the islands of Pantelleria and Lampedusa, and even features Stromboli’s active volcano as a course mark.

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Rolex Fastnet Race

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The Rolex Fastnet Race is the most popular 600 mile offshore race in the world and alongside the Sydney Hobert and the Middle Sea Race is one of the most prestigious and challenging races available for offshore sailors.

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Cowes Dinard St Malo Race

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The Cowes Dinard St Malo Race is one of the staples of the RORC Offshore season. the race finishes in the iconic walled town of St Malo, allowing you enjoy a well deserved rest in beautiful surroundings before cruising back

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Giraglia Rolex Cup

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Starting and finishing in Valetta, Malta the course takes you through the straights of Messina, past the islands of Pantelleria and Lampedusa, and even features Stromboli’s active volcano as a course mark.

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Rolex Capri Sailing Week

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Starting and finishing in Valetta, Malta the course takes you through the straights of Messina, past the islands of Pantelleria and Lampedusa, and even features Stromboli’s active volcano as a course mark.

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RORC Caribbean 600

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The consistent trade winds make for fabulous racing conditions and the course will challenge any crew. The 600nm course ties the fleet in a knot around the leeward islands. Starting in Antigua it takes the fleet as far north as St Maartin and as far south as Guadaloupe, with all but one rounding mark being an island.

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