The annual RORC (Royal Ocean Race Club) Caribbean 600 is a 600nm race that circumnavigates around 11 breath-taking islands in the Caribbean cruising grounds.
Since its debut in 2009, the regatta has become a well-established event on the international yacht racing calendar, known for its exceptional sailing conditions blessed by the Trade Winds and set against a stunning Caribbean backdrop.
Organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club in association with the Antigua Yacht Club, the race attracts sailing enthusiasts from around the world on some of the most spectacular yachts arriving to be a part of the celebration.
The RORC Caribbean 600 starts and finishes in Antigua, taking a course to the north passing – a mark off Barbuda and the islands of Nevis, Saba, and St Barths before circling St Martin and heading down to Guadeloupe at its most southern point, then back again via Redonda.
From the remote cliffs of Saba to the white sandy beaches of Barbuda and the twisted volcanic rock faces of Montserrat, the event offers an exhilarating regatta charter experience with all the benefits of a luxury yacht charter.
For more information about taking part in this race, or if you would like to make RORC Caribbean 600 part of your itinerary, please contact your prefered yacht charter broker.
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Organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club in association with the Antigua Yacht Club, the race attracts sailing enthusiasts from around the world
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