The Caribbean 600 RORC 2019 is done and neatened for the many excited Corinthian sailors and the world’s best experts that contended in the eleventh release of the 600nm course that actually circumnavigates a total of 11 Islands (Caribbean).
The huge champs are David and Peter Askew’s 70 Volvo group dashing Wizard (USA) that asserted the Caribbean 600 RORC Trophy for the best revised time below IRC. Gallagher’s John Gunboat 62 group hustling Chim (USA) get the Multihull Prize for the best rectified time below MOCRA while Pourre’s Catherine Class40 Team Eärendil dashing (FRA) raise the 40Class Barrel Rum for the second time, winning the 40Class division which this year had a record section.
Zero IRC represented the best three yachts generally speaking under the IRC. And Wizard was the 1st one, with 2 yachts which were British-based filling the platform. Tala Botin 52 was second, with Ker 46 Mariposa Lady captained by Nigel King, in 3rd.
Nikata Superyacht was the champ of the Class Superyacht; Will Apold (CAN) hustling Wind 96 Sorceress Southern was sprinter up. In the IRC division Two-Handed, Jablonski Jeremi, cruising with Mirota Marek on the 430 Hanse Avanti (USA) was at that time the champ, with Peter Doggart and James Heald on the Swan Nemesis (GBR) in 2nd spot.
Vicki and Layfield’s Jonty S&S Swan Sleeper 48 X (GBR) secured the title of three IRC. The 2nd spot was secured by Sun Fast 3600 of Trevor Middleton Black Sheep (GBR), led by J Carter (GBR), and 3rd was Claviez’s Constantin Swan 441 Charisma (GBR).
Manager of RORC Racing, Stone Chris affirmed that the majority of the 75 taking an interest groups are represented: “Wellbeing is the essential worry of the Royal Ocean Club of racing and also the Race Team (RORC) has been observing the race 24 hours every day, and in spite of the fact that we have reports of harm to yachts, we have gotten no reports of any genuine wounds to any of 763 sailors amid the race.”