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  • Sailing Into History: Cole Brauer Completes Her Mission!

    Sailing Into History: Cole Brauer Completes Her Mission!




    "Cole Brauer finishes the Global Solo Challenge!

    Her first, and a world's first, around the world solo female American non stop racing!

    A truly incredible achievement and completed by an incredibly capable sailor and prepared team.
    It is taking a while to process what she has just done and will continue to take time to realise the reality. But she certainly joins a small club of people who set out to do this and a smaller group still who
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    Last edited by Photoboy; 03-07-2024, 12:24 PM.

  • In Rarefied Company: The Aura Surrounding Cole Brauer

    In Rarefied Company: The Aura Surrounding Cole Brauer

    Waiting for the "second winner" of the Global Solo Challenge
    By Marco Nannini.





    After the first to cross the finish line of the Global Solo Challenge, French Philippe Delamare on Mowgli, we’re getting ready to welcome the second winner, the young Ms. Cole Brauer on First Light. Let me explain.


    Cole Brauer on crossing the finish line will become the first American female to ever complete a solo non stop circumnavigation
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  • The Leaders Pass Into The Southern Hemisphere

    The Leaders Pass Into The Southern Hemisphere

    Le Cleac'h explains his sail damage, Laperche leads to Equator





    Passing through the Doldrums at speeds of 22-24kts, ARKEA ULTIM CHALLENGE-Brest leader SVR Lazartigue sailed by Tom Leperche looked set to be first to cross the Equator into the southern hemisphere early this evening. The 26 year old has opened up about 20 miles on second placed Charles Caudrelier (Maxi Edmond de Rothschild) today, the Gitana team solo skipper is now 24 miles behind. And on the...
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  • The Ups And Downs Of The Indian Ocean

    The Ups And Downs Of The Indian Ocean



    After discovering a rip in the mainsail on Thursday, Ronnie Simpson aboard Shipyard Brewing been tirelessly working to get the sail back to operational status.

    Facing a rush to the start line and acknowledging a lack of ideal preparation, Ronnie has been navigating a series of repairs with limited resources. He employed a zig-zag stitch to mend the torn areas of the sail and resourcefully used hydranet cloth from an old staysail. This cloth was affixed with sikaflex and
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  • The Roaring 40's Bare Their Teeth

    The Roaring 40's Bare Their Teeth

    The Roaring Forty show their true colours









    The American duo consisting of Ronnie Simpson and Cole Brauer, who has been in match race mode for a few days, has sailed straight through the Ice Limit Intermediate Zone, taking a shortcut in the total mileage of the route. They had to deal with the calm before the storm yesterday, literally. It was a rather slow day for both of us, but the Roaring Forty were gesturing a real spinning
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  • Rough Row To Hoe For Solo Global Racers Seeking The Conveyor Belt

    Rough Row To Hoe For Solo Global Racers Seeking The Conveyor Belt

    The latest week in the Global Solo Challenge has seen the majority of the skippers at sea confront, some for the first time, the relentless and dynamic Southern Ocean. As the fleet that has reached the South spreads from Tristan da Cunha to South of Australia, each skipper faces unique trials, embodying the spirit of solo sailing.






    Cole Brauer: A Sweet Surge in the Rankings

    On ‘First Light’, Cole Brauer shared a touching story...
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  • Switching Hemispheres : Ronnie Digging South

    Switching Hemispheres : Ronnie Digging South

    Shipyard Brewing Blog

    Tuesday November 14 – 1400



    Aloha from the Southern Hemisphere! At 0349 UTC this morning, myself and Shipyard Brewing crossed the equator headed south. The first major milestone in this journey around the globe, this milestone is the accumulation of a lot of smaller milestones. First it was the start, and then getting out of Europe. The Canary Islands, the Cape Verdes and then the Doldrums. And now beating across the Southeast Trades,
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  • The Remaining Pack Departs

    The Remaining Pack Departs

    The Grand Start of the GSC:

    “Ladies and gentlemen, the show is on!

    verbs by Margherita Pelaschier
    30/10/2023




    At noon on Sunday, October 29th, the creator and organizer of the Global Solo Challenge, Marco Nannini announced on the skippers’ chat: “Ladies and gentlemen, the show is on!” wishing good winds to the seven sailors who just departed from A Coruna.

    From Saturday at 3:00 PM local time (1:00 PM
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    Last edited by Photoboy; 10-30-2023, 12:12 PM.

  • The 1st Solo Globe Challenger Departs

    The 1st Solo Globe Challenger Departs

    Dafydd Hughes set sail raising the curtain on the Global Solo Challenge



    The flags of the Global Solo Challenge fly at Marina Coru?a: the great adventure has begun. Today 26th August 2023, at 15:00 local time (13:00 UTC), the Welsh skipper Dafydd Hughes, aboard his S&S 34 Bendigedig, crossed the starting line, embarking on his solo, non-stop journey around the world. About fifteen knots of wind from the west-northwest and a blue sky, occasionally covered by rapidly
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