The Start of the 2023 RORC Caribbean 600

by Info Mainstay Caribbean


Organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club and supported by Antigua Yacht Club, the 14th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600 started on time at 11:00 AST on Monday 20th February. Seventy boats racing under IRC, Class40 and MOCRA Rules, with crews from 30 different countries, started the epic race.

At the start outside Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua, unstable squally conditions, with the wind speed in the mid-teens produced a thrilling start for all classes. The RORC fleet has now set its sails for the spectacular 600nm race around 11 Caribbean islands. The fastest boats in the fleet are expected to finish in less than two days, but for some, it will be five days before returning to a triumphant finish in Antigua.

Track the fleet via YB Races Player:

To follow the race with satellite tracking and regular updates from the competitors and media team go

Race Videos: RORC Caribbean 600 Playlist HERE

Race TrackerHERE

How to Follow the RaceHERE

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