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Roy P. Disney’s Pyewacket 70 (ex VOR Telefonica), won the 2023 RORC Caribbean 600 in 42hs, 45 minutes and 06 seeconds. None of the teams still racing under IRC has any realistic chance of beating Pyewacket 70 after time correction.

Pyewacket 70 joins an impressive list of overall winners from the United States; Warrior Won, Wizard, Rambler 88, Bella Mente, Shockwave, Privateer, and Rambler 100.

Pyewacket 70 Crew: Ben Mitchell, Peter Isler, Tony Mutter, Brad Jackson, Brian Janney, Daryl Wislang, David Tank, Jan Majer, Mark Callahan, Matt Mialik, Robbie Kane, Rodney Daniel, Tristan Louwrens.

Congratulations to all the team, thanks for bringing King Marine to the podium, once again!

Last weekend, the guys from the technical office enjoyed a ski trip to the mountains as a teambuilding activity. For some of them, it was the opportunity to reconnect with the sport after a long time, and some others were able to enjoy the freshly fallen snow. It is a pleasure for King Marine, to see them enjoying together and recharging energy for all the projects to come. Thank you for your hard work, glad you all enjoyed :) Ps: Staff working in plant, don't be jealous. We have activities planned for you too!

Black Pearl (GER) with Stefan Jentzsch at the helm; ended 2nd IRC overall at RORC transatlantic race. Black Pearl has the longest water-line length of the three combatants and has water-ballast to increase righting moment. Congratulations to all the crew!!

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