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  • New Wind And New Leader For IMOCA's

    New Wind And New Leader For IMOCA's

    Meilhat new leader as IMOCA fleet struggle to find new strong Northerly wind

    Some 130 miles off the SW corner of Ireland the IMOCA leaders of the Transat CIC have been negotiating the unsettled winds around the centre of a low pressure which is moving slowly west. They are all seeking to break into the new, strengthening NW’ly breeze first, picking the best, fastest angle west towards New York.








    And so it has been a second
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    New Wind And New Leader For IMOCA's

    Meilhat new leader as IMOCA fleet struggle to find new strong Northerly wind

    Some 130 miles off the SW corner of Ireland the IMOCA leaders
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  • CIC Transat Off To A Beautiful Start

    CIC Transat Off To A Beautiful Start




    Brittany turned on its best Spring sailing weather – sunshine, puffy cumulus clouds and a decent 10-15kts of Westerly wind – to send the 48 strong Transat CIC fleet on its way from Lorient towards New York for the start of the legendary solo race across the North Atlantic.

    The first edition of the race since 2016 was blessed with relatively benign, modest breezes for early Sunday afternoon’s farewell to the fleet of 33 IMOCA solo skippers, 13 Class
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  • The CIC Transatlantic Race Off To A Beautiful Start




    Brittany turned on its best Spring sailing weather – sunshine, puffy cumulus clouds and a decent 10-15kts of Westerly wind...
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  • Alone In The Pacific With Water Ingress




    William MacBrien rescued after 46 hours adrift semi-submerged in south Pacific
    By Marco Nannini.


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  • Keeping It Clean In The Southern Ocean

    Keeping It Clean In The Southern Ocean



    After about 10 days in the Southern Ocean, I wake up this morning to the boat broaching. I stop her from broaching only to realize it is freezing outside! The sun is up, it comes up around 4am UTC, there are some cumulus clouds floating about but what broached the boat was a little squall bringing 26 knots after a night of 18-20knots. The boat doesn’t like the sudden change in breeze strength and direction making her wipe out slightly. It’s a gentle broach and easily fixed...
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  • Keeping It Clean In The Southern Ocean



    After about 10 days in the Southern Ocean, I wake up this morning to the boat broaching. I stop her from broaching only to realize it is...
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  • Keeping It Clean In The Southern Ocean!



    After about 10 days in the Southern Ocean, I wake up this morning to the boat broaching. I stop her from broaching only to realize it is...
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  • Top Dogs In Class 40 Decided In Transat Jacques Vabre

    Top Dogs In Class 40 Decided In Transat Jacques Vabre

    Forza Italia! Ambrogio Beccaria and Nico Andrieu win Class 40



    All photos copyright Jean-Marie Liot / Alea

    Italian skipper Ambrogio Beccaria and French co-skipper Nicolas Andrieu sailing the all Italian Musa 40 Alla Grande PIRELLI took first place in the highly competitive Class40 race on the 16th Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre two handed race when they crossed the finish line off Fort-de-France, Martinique in beautiful morning sunshine at 08:01:36
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  • Breakfast With Cole Brauer

    Breakfast With Cole Brauer




    "I sit here on this superbly beautiful morning, I always try to sleep in. It
    is so hard to do. Something draws me to wake up at first light. I fought it this morning to no avail. I put my eye mask on, breathed deep and tried to relax. But then duty called and I had to go use the head anyways.

    So why
    not get up and have a breakfast smoothie with granola while watching the sunrise? I go to sleep at dark anyways. I wake up at midnight UTC a couple hours later
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    Breakfast With Cole Brauer




    "I sit here on this superbly beautiful morning, I always try to sleep in. It
    is so hard to do. Something draws me to wake up...
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  • AMHAS Takes Final Leg Honors While Dutch Claim Overall In Globe 40

    AMHAS Takes Final Leg Honors While Dutch Claim Overall In Globe 40




    Off Lorient, Brittany, the Dutch crew on SEC HAYAI made up of Frans Budel and Ysbrand Endt, crossed the finish line of the 8th and final leg of the GLOBE40 at 19:41 UTC this Wednesday. The Anglo-American crew on AMHAS, Craig Horsfield and Oliver Bond, preceded them at 15:05 UTC after 19 days at sea. SEC HAYAI’s second place in this leg gives the crew the outright win in this first edition of the GLOBE40, whilst AMHAS posted her 3rd line honours. Ultimately then, just two...
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  • Class 40 Reaches Recife

    Class 40 Reaches Recife




    The Anglo-American team AHMAS (Class40 n? 127) crossed the finish line of leg 6 of the GLOBE40 in Recife today at 11:48 p.m. local time. After 20 days and 10 hours of racing and 3,803 miles covered (7417 km), Craig Horshield and James Oxenham brilliantly conclude a particularly difficult leg which put the GLOBE40 crews to the test. In the heart of Recife, the “Venice of Brazil”, they inaugurated this evening the brand new RECIFE MARINA, a 250-berth marina in the
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    Globe 40' Reaches Recife




    The Anglo-American team AHMAS (Class40 n? 127) crossed the finish line of leg 6 of the GLOBE40 in Recife today at 11:48 p.m. local
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  • Scow Bow's Ingenious Design The Favorite Of Class 40

    The biggest category in the race, Class40 stands out too with many new wide-bowed boats. The development of these “scows” confirms that the...
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