RORC CARIBBEAN 600 YACHT RACE BERTHS AVAILABLE
22nd FEBRUARY 2021
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CLASSIC 600 NM OFFSHORE RACE SAILING AROUND 11 DIFFERENT CARIBBEAN ISLANDS
with professional skipper
EXPERIENCE RACING AT ITS BEST IN THE WARM AZURE WATERS OF THE CARIBBEAN
with The Salamander Sailing Adventure
THE RORC CARIBBEAN 600 YACHT RACE. A CLASSIC OFFSHORE RACE SAILING AROUND 11 DIFFERENT CARIBBEAN ISLANDS. EXPERIENCE OFFSHORE RACING AT IT'S BEST IN THE WARM AZURE WATERS OF THE CARIBBEAN.
What are the dates for the RORC Caribbean 600 Yacht Race? Details and Programme
MONDAY – FEBRUARY 22nd
Your chance to join a race prepared yacht taking part in the Caribbean 600, starting and finishing in Antigua.
The RORC Caribbean 600 is a 600 nm offshore race that sails around 11 Caribbean Islands starting from Fort Charlotte, English Harbour, Antigua and heads north as far as St Martin and south to Guadeloupe taking in Barbuda, Nevis, St Kitts, Saba and St Barth’s, before finishing back in Antigua.
The RORC Caribbean 600 is the only offshore race of the Caribbean series, and takes you on a fantastic journey, around the picturesque Caribbean Islands.
Established in 2008, this race has already become a firm favourite, attracting many well known and glamorous sailing yachts.
FRIDAY – FEBRUARY 26th
Prize Giving and Closing Party at the Antigua Yacht Club
Race Organisers and Programme
All timings and events subject to change.
Your Caribbean 600 Race Boat is Waiting for You, Prepared and Ready to Go
Make Long Lasting Friends - Be Part of a Successful Caribbean 600 Crew
Whether trying to tick something off your bucket list or wishing to hone your racing skills in warmer waters you will not forget the experience and camaraderie of offshore sailing with a competitive race crew in warm Caribbean waters against some of the world’s best sailors. Now's the time!
RORC Caribbean 600 Yacht Race | Joining Details
You will be expected to be in Antigua in time to take part in the 2 training days on the 20th and 21st February.
The Caribbean 600 Race is a 600 nm Offshore Race and starts in Antigua on Monday 22nd February and usually lasts 3 days with the Prize Giving and Closing Party on the Friday 26th at the Antigua Yacht Club.
What's included in the price for the RORC Caribbean 600 Yacht Race?
Professional Skipper and Mate.
2 training days before the race on the 20th and 21st February.
The race itself starting on the 22nd February.
Food during training and racing days.
The Caribbean 600 counts as a qualifier for the Rolex Fastnet Race
Race in the Warm Waters of these 11 Idyllic Caribbean Islands