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North Sails Weekly Debrief: RORC Caribbean 600 Takeover, #NSVictoryList

by North Sails 23 Feb 2019 09:38 PST
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Weekly Debrief February 22nd, 2019
 
 
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Wizard Crowned Overall Winner

Peter and David Askew’s VO70 Wizard wins the RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy. Wizard was the first to finish of the monohulls and had the best corrected time under IRC. The Finish

Maserati Breaks C600 Record

Giovanni Soldini and crew sailed Multi 70 Maserati at record pace, claiming line honours and setting a new Caribbean 600 race record of 1 day, 6 hours and 49 minutes. Race Records

#NSVictoryList Caribbean 600

Race records, line honours, and top podium positions: The RORC Caribbean 600 is a showcase of success for North Sails powered entries.  Read More
 

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