On Saturday 5 May, crews from World Cruising Club’s “return ARC”, the ARC Europe transatlantic rally, said farewell to Caribbean waters as they set off for their offshore adventure from Nanny Cay towards Portugal, as one of the two rally starts got underway.Read More
On Saturday, May 7, yachts sailing under the flags of sixteen different nations set sail for their offshore adventures as part of two World Cruising Club (WCC) Spring rallies – ARC Europe and ARC USA.
Sunny skies and a strong south easterly breeze of 15-16 knots set the stage for an exciting start for the twenty-six starters in the BVI.Read More
Yachts sailing under the flags of 20 different nations and crews from many more, set sail from Nanny Cay on Saturday 9 May for their offshore adventures as part of two World Cruising Club Spring rallies; ARC Europe and ARC USA.
Venturing west to east across the Atlantic, over forty boats will sail with ARC Europe this year; 29 leaving from the British Virgin Islands, and 6 in the delayed start from Portsmouth, Virginia, USA. Both groups will converge in Bermuda and be joined by a further 6 boats to continue their ocean adventure to Europe and enjoy a cruise through the mid-Atlantic Azores archipelago en route.Read More
Venturing west to east across the Atlantic, more than forty boats will sail with ARC Europe this year; thirty leaving from Nanny Cay, and six from Portsmouth, Virginia, USA for the first stage of the rally, a passage to Bermuda where a further seven yachts will join. ARC USA sailors starting from Tortola include seven yachts headed for Fort Lauderdale, Florida, whilst sixteen boats sail alongside the ARC Europe fleet to Bermuda then onwards to ports along the US Eastern seaboard.Read More