Multis Rocks The RORC Caribbean 600

The race commences in the waters in the Caribbean. The race has become special for the 10 years is a platform to portray high the skills of navigation in extreme weather conditions, contested by serious racing teams.

This time, a record II multihull participated which sap up the energy on mono and multihulls fleet kicked off by big winds of some days. Among which the most striking retirement was of Fujin designed by Paul Bieker consisting him and the owner that had left from the first night from the coast of Saba. Peter Aschenbrenner managed to stay ahead in his large shaped Paradox leaving Jason Carroll’s Gunboat 62 behind. The third position was bagged by Gilles Lamire’s boats and the two positions to finish were imported from Australia.

They participated last year but couldn’t commence the journey but this year they have will send Morticia to St. Martin for one year to prepare for the Caribbean regatta scene in 2019.

In addition, the association organized many rallies to Maine on July 8 ending in Rockland and after 18 July halts in the Dutch Harbor present in Massachusetts. Participants can also enroll for a course to explore the splendid spots on Maine after a courtesy of Rockland Yacht Club. The Rally leaves Rockland on the 8th August to Scotia Nova and finishes at the Baddeck on the 15th of August. More information is available on and more about sailing can be known.

It will be interesting to see the progress of the Multihulls in the Caribbean 600 RORC. The competition is getting intense and the different teams have to up the strategy. The small-sized boats have also been doing well, and the weather of the waters in the West Indies favors more of the bigger boats.