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Class40 winner by just 33 minutes, Peter Harding's Ph-orty © RORC/Ted Martin
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Hap Fauth receives the RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy - Photo RORC/Ted Martin
Shamanna, winner of the Superyacht Trophy - Photo RORC/ELWJ Photography
Hap Fauth's Maxi72, Bella Mente passing Redonda © RORC/ELWJ Photography
Monohull Line Honours in the RORC Caribbean 600 for George David's Rambler 88 © RORC/Tim WrightMonohull Line Honours in the RORC Caribbean 600 for George David's Rambler 88 © RORC/Tim Wright
Multihull Line Honours Winner - Phaedo3
Phaedo 3 leads Maserati at Gaudeloupe - photo Team Phaedo / Richard Langdon
Low pressure system brings stormy skies for schooner Adela at Barbuda © RORC/Tim WrightLow pressure system brings stormy skies for schooner Adela at Barbuda © RORC/Tim Wright
The start of the IRC Zero and IRC Canting Keel class - Photo RORC/Tim Wright
Crews enjoyed the 2017 RORC Caribbean 600 Welcome Party with dancing to the sounds of Panache Steel Orchestra and 1761 band © Tim Wright/Photoaction.com
The fleet at the 2016 RORC Caribbean 600. Photo: Tim Wright/photoaction.com
Overall winner from the 2016 race - George Sakellaris' Maxi 72, Proteus © RORC/Tim Wright/Photoaction.com
Adela starting the RORC Caribbean 600 off the Pillars of Hercules, Antigua © RORC/Tim Wright/photoaction.com
Current holder of the RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy: George Sakellaris, Maxi72, Proteus © RORC/ELWJ Photography
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

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