RORC Caribbean 600 Minisite
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Lionel Péan, skipper of Volvo 70, SFS II has his sights set on monohull line honours and the RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy for overall win under IRC in the 2017 race starting from Antigua next February © Gilles Martin-Raget
George Sakellaris' Maxi72, Proteus was shipped to the Caribbean by Sevenstar Yacht Transport and went on to win the 2016 RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy for the best time after IRC correction © RORC/Emma Louise Wyn Jones /ELWJ Photography
Proteus, Maxi72 wins RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy
Overall winner of the 2016 RORC Caribbean, George Sakellaris’ Maxi72, Proteus (USA). Photo: Tim Wright/
Winner of IRC Two, Ross Applebey's Oyster 48, Scarlet Oyster © RORC/Tim Wright
Video: First Finishers
George Sakellaris receives the RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy  © RORC/Emma Louise Wyn Jones
Eric De Turkheim's French A13, Teasing Machine, provisional winners of IRC One © RORC/Emma Louise Wyn Jones
Comanche celebrating victory
Comanche reaching towards Nevis - Photo ELWJ Photography
Team Phaedo celebrating their record creaking race © RORC/Emma Louise Wynn Jones
Lloyd Thorburg's Record Breaking MOD70 Phaedo3
Steve Benjamin's American TP52, Spookie currently leading IRC overall after IRC time correction. © RORC/Emma Louise Wyn Jones
Video: Start Highlights
The RORC Caribbean 600 fleet on the windward side of Antigua - Credit: RORC/Tim Wright
Pre Race Highlights Video
Just arrived in Antigua: Comanche delivery crew from Charleston, USA to  Antigua, West Indies; a distance of 1,500 nautical miles Credit: RORC/Emma Louise Wyn Jones
2016 RORC Caribbean 600 Race Course
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