About the event:

The RORC CARIBBEAN 600 is an exciting offshore race that takes competitors around some of the most beautiful islands of the Caribbean.The course of the RORC Caribbean 600 takes the fleet to the north passing a mark off Barbuda, the islands of Nevis, Saba and St Barth's, to circle St Martin before heading down to Guadeloupe as the most southerly point, then back up to a mark off Barbuda before returning to finish in Antigua. The total course length of the RORC Caribbean 600 is 605 nautical miles.

To view a video of the 2015 RORC 600 + Heineken Regatta 2015

The start and finish of the Caribbean 600 Race is Falmouth Harbour in Antigua which is easily reached by international flights from major airports. We offer both 'whole boat' charter and individual crew spaces. Please contact us with your enquiries.

Details for our Caribbean 600 race package:

The Caribbean 600 campaign 2018 will run over eight days. You will get great race training in the three day build up to the race. The race itself will take between three to five days depending on the weather.

  • Race provisions when racing
  • Professional Skipper and First mate
  • Berthing in Falmouth Harbour Antigua
  • Race training included
  • Crew T-shirt
  • All safety gear included

Not Included:

  • Personal Insurance
  • Flights, transfers and shoreside accommodation

Check out the race website for further information: http://caribbean600.rorc.org/


Why we keep coming back: 

2015 in a highly competitive class Milanto was 2nd over the line and 4th in class.

"This is a really tactical race and a great test for the boat and crew. Coupled with flat water and stunning scenery this makes sailing around one of the best yacht race tracks in the world an absolute pleasure." 

"We were very proud to have finished 2nd in class in 2012." 

 Skipper of Milanto, Valerio Bardi, receives his prizes for 2nd in IRC 3   

Skipper of Milanto, Valerio Bardi, receives his prizes for 2nd in IRC 3