The ARC Rally 2007 to Europe
(Atlantic Rally for Cruisers)
The Adventure of a Lifetime!
ARC Europe is a cruising rally to Europe, following the format established by the popular ARC rally. There are already 30 yachts registered and likely there will be more by time the rally begins. Spaces are already limited so book now.
- ARC Europe 2007 starts from Jolly Harbour, Antigua on 10 May 2007
- There will be a second start from St. Augustine, Florida on 10 May 2007. (J'Sea's departure)
- Both fleets will meet in Bermuda, before leaving for the Azores on 23 May. Yachts cruise in the Azores between Faial and São Miguel, before leaving from Ponta Delgada on 16 June for Lagos in Portugal or a supported cruising leg to any other western European Destination.
- ARC Europe is open to cruising monohulls with a minimum length of 27 ft (8.23m) and cruising catamarans from 27 to 60 ft (8.23m - 18.29m) LOA.
- Yachts in the Cruising Division are allowed to motor.
- A programme of social activities and safety briefings will be organised by World Cruising Club in Antigua and St. Augustine prior to the start.
- Participants will receive regular newsletters about ARC Europe, containing useful information about planning an Atlantic crossing, updates on entries and safety tips.
This rally represents yet another effective way of socialising and integration providing the opportunity for like-minded people to meet new friends and exchange ideas and experiences in an informal atmosphere. Please contact John to book your space now - only 4 spaces remaining at this time.
Cost: 2000 Euros plus shared expenses.
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exciting photos from past rallys.
It is important to book early so travel arrangements can be made. In addition, you may require visas for some of the countries we visit. Once your agenda has been arranged, most of these can be obtained in local consulates and embassies.
Rally/Race Preparation & Equipment
As a participant, you will be required to have certain equipment. The skipper will orient you. Please consult the Preparation section for general sailing requirements.