Emily Morgan will soon to be on the start line among 200+ other yachts, a very exciting moment! The ARC is a ‘must do’ for many sailors, and attracts over 200 boats and 1200 people every year to sail 2700 NM across the Atlantic from Gran Canaria to Saint Lucia. See below for more details on sailing the ARC with Emily Morgan – an opportunity not to be missed.
The ARC is for everyone; families with children, tough racers, cruising couples, big boats and modest boats. Crossing the Atlantic together, but having their own adventures. More than just a boat race, the ARC is about friendships made ashore in the two weeks of pre-departure activities continued over the radio net at sea. It’s about arriving in Saint Lucia to be met on the dock with a rum punch and a chilled beer, knowing you have achieved something fantastic – crossing an ocean on a small sailboat.
Sail the ARC on Emily Morgan
Join Emily Morgan for an amazing adventure sailing across the Atlantic with around 200 other yachts! Emily Morgan has crossed the Atlantic many times and as an MCA category zero yacht is fully equipped for a safe crossing. Hosts aboard Emily Morgan are husband and wife team “Bones” and Anna Black who have a number of Atlantic crossings under their belts plus 30+ years sailing experience.
Crew will expected to be involved fully with sailing the boat including:
- Watch keeping
- Sail changing
- Cooking (+ fishing!)
- General maintenance
Cost & Dates
The cost to sail the ARC is £4500 per person, this includes:
- All safety equipment
- All bedding & towels
- All inclusive delicious home-cooked food and beverage onboard
- A pre weekend in the Solent to get to know the boat and fellow crew members
- A week’s preparation in Las Palmas
- Entry to all the ARC seminars, safety demonstrations and ARC parties
Please note: Flights, travel insurance and meals taken ashore are not included
The 2,700 nautical mile passage to St Lucia on the North East trade wind route takes between 15 to 18 days.
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