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Cyclops 2022 May LEADERBOARD

World ARC ready to sail again

by World Cruising Club 30 Apr 06:52 UTC
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Two years on from the impact of island nations closing their borders, there is more excitement than ever to get started (or re-started!) on the ultimate adventure with World ARC. We are continually reviewing the opportunities for a fleet departure from Darwin in September 2022 to sail to the Caribbean via South Africa and Brazil, and will be updating entrants soon. Any skippers wanting to join this start who are not already registered should contact WCC to join the updates list.

In 2023, there will be two starts from Saint Lucia, with the circumnavigators setting off in January and the Pacific explorers following on six weeks later.

Look out for the launch of World ARC 2024 which is due to open in May this year. Interest is likely to be strong again, make sure you register your interest and we will send you the information pack as soon as it is published.

Request an information pack here...

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