Seventy-eight yachts have entered the eleventh edition of the RORC Caribbean 600, where in excess of 700 sailors from six continents and yachts from over 20 nations will compete in the thrilling race around 11 Caribbean islands starting on Monday 18th February.
While mixed two handed offshore racing is set to be a new Olympic discipline for Paris 2024, closer to home and more immediately, the Royal Ocean Racing Club continues to see a surge in doublehanded participation in its events.
Multihulls have been racing in the RORC Caribbean 600 since the very first race in 2009 when Claude Thelier's (FRA) Region Guadeloupe, skippered by John Burnie (GBR), set a record that was not bettered until 2015.
Young up-and-coming sailors will be racing alongside and against some of the world's best professionals in next month's RORC Caribbean 600.
USA makes up 40% of IRC fleet + Record Class40 entries
Entries for 340 available places in the RORC’s classic 600 miler snapped up in under five minutes.
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