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How to follow the RORC Caribbean 600 Race

Over 70 boats will be making their way to the startline this year for the 12th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600. Follow the start live on RORC Facebook, track the fleet and check out the website http://caribbean600.rorc.org/ for the Live Blog, news, photos and video from the race course, as well as on RORC social media © Arthur Daniel

The 12th edition of the ever-popular 600-mile dash around 11 Caribbean islands - the RORC Caribbean 600 - will set off from Antigua on Monday 24th February. The diverse fleet will be competing in four classes, with 74 entries sailed by over 700 crew members representing 37 nations.

Follow all the action on the Live Blog, see the start on Live Video and find all the news and updates on our minisite.

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37 Nations gather for the RORC Caribbean 600

Over 70 boats will be making their way to the startline this year for the 12th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600. Follow the start live on RORC Facebook, track the fleet and check out the website http://caribbean600.rorc.org/ for the Live Blog, news, photos and video from the race course, as well as on RORC social media © Arthur Daniel

Sailors from at least 37 nations will be competing in the RORC Caribbean 600 organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club. The 12th edition of the spectacular race will start off Fort Charlotte, Antigua on Monday 24th February 2020. Over 70 teams, featuring close to 700 sailors are expected on the start line. The challenging 600-mile race, in tropical heat with ocean swell, is renowned for stunning vistas of the 11 Caribbean islands on the course.

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RORC Caribbean 600: A trial of passion

The 2020 RORC Caribbean 600 starts from Antigua in just over a month's time. Once again it will see a highly competitive fleet competing in IRC Two and Three © Tim Wright/Photoaction.com

In February there is no better offshore race in the world than the RORC Caribbean 600. Racing 600 miles non-stop around 11 tropical islands is a challenge, especially for the largely corinthian teams racing in IRC Two and IRC Three.

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RORC Office Locations Map
Royal Ocean Racing Club
(General Enquiries, Membership, House)

20 St James's Place
London
SW1A 1NN
UK

 +44 (0) 20 7493 2248
 +44 (0) 20 7493 5252
 http://www.rorc.org
Royal Ocean Racing Club
(Racing Enquiries)

82 High Street
Cowes
Isle of Wight
PO31 7AJ
UK

 +44 (0) 1983 295 144
 +44 (0) 20 7493 5252
 http://www.rorc.org
RORC Cowes Clubhouse


The Parade
Cowes
Isle of Wight
PO31 7QU
UK

 +44 (0) 1983 293581
 +44 (0) 20 7493 5252
 http://www.rorc.org
RORC Rating Office
(Seahorse Rating Ltd)

Seahorse Building, Bath Road
Lymington, Hampshire
SO41 3SE
UK

 +44 (0) 1590 677030
 +44 (0) 1590 679478
 http://www.rorcrating.com

Royal Ocean Racing Club - since 1925

The RORC was founded in 1925 to encourage long distance yacht racing and the design, building and navigation of sailing vessels in which speed and seaworthiness are combined. Today the club encourages ocean, long distance and other forms of yacht racing and yachting activity.