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An American Sailor’s Odyssey
Sailing World – July 18, 2023
Even after American sailor Joe Harris completes an epic shorthanded around-the-world race, there’s always the next one, and the one after that.
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Covering Cape Leeuwin, Cape Horn and Cape of Good Hope
Star of Mysore – July 3, 2023
Commander Abhilash Tomy (retd.), who made history as the first Indian to successfully complete a solo circumnavigation of the globe, shared his remarkable adventure at the Seventh Edition of the Mysuru Literature Festival, which concluded at Hotel Southern Star last evening.
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Conor O’Brien Two Year Saoirse Circumnavigation Centenary Celebration Now Well Under Way
Afloat – 11th July 2023
A hundred years ago on this day, Conor O’Brien of Limerick’s 42ft own-designed ketch – newly-built by Tom Moynihan of Baltimore with some of the West Cork shipwright’s small but very effective hull shape improvements…
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Global Solo Challenge Official Start Dates Announced
Global Solo Challenge – 18/07/2023
The Global Solo Challenge (GSC), the unique around-the-world, non-stop, solo sailing event, is pleased to announce the start dates for all participants. A thrilling mix of individuals and boats will commence their solo circumnavigation from A Coruña, Spain, between August 26, 2023, and January 6, 2024, embarking on a journey that promises to be as challenging as it is thrilling.
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GSC Achieves ISO 20121 Sustainability Certification, First Sailing Event to Undertake this Path
Global Solo Challenge – 24/07/2023
The Global Solo Challenge (GSC) is pleased to announce that it has achieved the prestigious ISO 20121:2012 certification, awarded for sustainable event management, positioning it as the first sailing event to have adopted organizational aspects and principles on a path of continuous evaluation and monitoring of its own sustainable event management.
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What does it take to sail two-handed around the world?
Yachting World – July 21, 2023
The double-handed Globe 40 teams powered around the world over eight legs in just nine months. Rupert Holmes discovers what cruisers can learn from their tough circumnavigation
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Aussies chasing Fastnet glory
Ocean – 20 July 2023
The Australian-owned classic maxi Kialoa II has sailed from Pittwater to the UK for the 50th Rolex Fastnet Race – and has silverware in her sights.
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How I survived a dismasting in an 80 knot storm in the middle of an ocean
Yachting Monthly – July 7, 2023
Ian Herbert-Jones found himself dismasted and injured in an 80-knot storm deep in the South Atlantic after 219 days at sea in the Golden Globe Race. He told Theo Stocker about the experience
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Rescued in Southern Ocean! Dismasted in Fastnet – Tapio Lehtinen Ocean Globe Race countdown, 46 days
Sail World – 25 Jul 2023
Whitbread and GGR veteran Tapio Lehtinen sailing his beloved Swan 57 “Galiana WithSecure” in the Rolex Fastnet Race was dismasted 12 hours after the start.
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