The 2023 RORC Caribbean 600, set to commence on 20th February in Antigua, is expected to attract 71 teams representing 16 different nations. The event will feature a number of highly-anticipated classes, with IRC Zero being one of the largest.
Notable IRC Zero competitors interviewed in the build up to the start include: HH42 Ino XXX (GBR), led by RORC Commodore James Neville, Niklas Zennstrom’s CF520 Rán (SWE), and Henry de Bokay’s Elliott 52 Rafale (GER), skippered by Philipp Kadelbach.
Stay tuned for an unforgettable racing spectacle at the 2023 RORC Caribbean 600. Race website: https://caribbean600.rorc.org
14th Edition – 600 Nautical Miles – 71 Entries – Non-Stop from Antigua – around 11 Caribbean islands – Crews from 30 countries – Teams from 16 nations – 1 amazing race
Friday 17th February – Antigua 360 – Race Antigua Race
Saturday 18th February – RORC Caribbean 600 Welcome Party + Antigua 360 Prize Giving
Sunday 19th February – Lay-Day
Monday 20th February – Start of the 14th RORC Caribbean 600
Friday 24th February – Final Prize Giving
For further information please go to: https://caribbean600.rorc.org/