The ARC (Atlantic Rally for Cruisers) which starts this year on Sunday 23 November in…
For updates on the latest positions and leads.
Chris Tibbs outlines the tactical challenges on a run across the Atlantic to St Lucia.
…sail the ARC
Meteorologist Chris Tibbs offers some pointers on downwind sailing...
Different routes… The party animal
X-treme party scenes and carnivals aplenty!
Different routes… The Hare
Island-hop your way to St Lucia
Different routes… The tortoise
The 'slow and steady' approach
Across the Atlantic
Starting in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, the race covers a 2,700-mile passage across the…
Bacan: A cold front
With only 180 miles to go, the crew hope to be in St Lucia tomorrow
Bacan: 600 miles from finish
Current position 14.37N, 50.29W, on Water Day
Magrathea: having a whale of a time
Crew greeted by wind, sunshine and several minke whales
Bacan: 850 miles to go
ETA into St Lucia is 15 December
Northern Child: end of Day 17
At Rodney Bay Marina in the next 24 hours
Cruising experts provide free advice
Cruising experts will stage an Atlantic Circuit Forum at the London Boat Show 2009
Bacan: our first squall
All hands on deck as a squall hits at the half-way point
Magrathea: motor on
Just over a 1000 miles to go!
Northern Child: end of Day 15
Sailing along towards Spinnakers Bar feeling hugely positive and excited about arrival
DreamCatcher KM takes line honours
Karsten Moller's Swan 82 takes line honours in the ARC 2008 after a slow crossing
Magrathea: finally we have wind
Only 1393 miles to go
Northern Child: end of Day 11
A steady, light north east trade wind expected this weekend