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Cyclops 2022 May LEADERBOARD

Win $2,000 of Cutting Edge Cyclops Load Sensors (£1,500 / €1,800 depending on your local currency)

by Cyclops Marine 6 Apr 05:22 PDT
Sunrise © Cyclops Marine / Tim Wright /

"It's Game Changing Technology"
Dylan Fletcher, 2020 Olympic Gold Medalist

Overall Fastnet Champions 2021 & Middle Sea Race & Caribbean 600 Class Champions, JPK 1180 'Sunrise' use a smartlink sensor from Cyclops to monitor loads on their code zero furler tack.

"It's a major reason we were able to push through and take the win. We were conscious when using the Jib Top that we could exceed the Safe Working Load in the Bowsprit & Halyard Lock. The smartlink was located below the furler & we knew our Maximum Working Load so could push hard with confidence, to get everything out of the boat."
Tom Cheney, Navigator, Sunrise, after the Caribbean 600

All you have to do...

All you have to do to win load sensing equipment of your choice, up to the value of $2,000 / £1,500 / €1,800 (depending on your local currency), is tell us the highest load (to the nearest KG) Sunrise logged during the 2022 RORC Caribbean 600.

Entries welcome from anywhere in the world!

The closest guess will be named the winner and be awarded credit to spend on Cyclops product.

Click here to register your guess on the Cyclops Marine website before 11.59 pm on 9th April (BST) to enter. Full terms and conditions are available on the entry page.

See what you could win on the Cyclops Marine website.

Best of luck to those taking part!

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