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A spectacular fleet of 75 boats, ranging from 32ft (10m) to 125ft (38.07m) will take the start of the 13th edition of the 600 nautical mile RORC Caribbean 600 on Monday 21st February 2022. Teams from all around the globe are arriving in Antigua and represent over 32 different nations. For those lucky enough to be in the Caribbean, the start of this classic 600-miler can be viewed from Fort Charlotte, high above Antigua's Pillars of Hercules and also from Shirley Heights.

RORC Caribbean 600 - Start times

Monday 21st February 2022

First warning signal: 10:50 local time Antigua
Start sequence: IRC One, IRC Two, CSA only - 11:00
IRC Zero - 11:10
IRC Super Zero - 11:20
MOCRA - 11:30

Start from Fort Charlotte, Antigua

Race fans and spectators can keep up-to-date with the 600nm race via the race website and social media. You can track the fleet and follow all the updates as the race unfolds. To follow the RORC Caribbean 600 visit the Royal Ocean Racing Club on social media and via the dedicated race website:

All yachts will be fitted with a race tracker: and armchair sailors can take part on Virtual Regatta.




The 2023 Race Schedule will be published soon after the AGM ..... 


2022 Class bands were as follows:

Class 0 = 1.045 or greater
Class 1 = 1.000 to 1.044
Class 2 = 0.999 or less

2023 Class Bands to be set 


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