At 33, French sailor Clarisse Crémer is embarking on one of the most exciting challenges of her career: competing in the next Vendée Globe, in
Canadian yachtsman Scott Shawyer has launched a new ocean racing campaign – Canada Ocean Racing – with the goal of competing in the the Vendée Globe solo non-stop
She has waited a long time for a new boat, but now she has it – a gleaming bright red Sam Manuard-designed flying machine, in
Having started four Vendée Globes and finished two of them, once on the podium in third place, once after starting a second time nine days
For the IMOCA Globe Series, British writer Ed Gorman checks in with French solo skipper Kevin Escoffier ahead of the launch of his all new
There is nothing like an IMOCA sailor who is stuck on land. Just ask Pip Hare, the British Vendée Globe finisher who did not take
Justin Chisholm’s guest on the latest episode of The Yacht Racing Podcast is British solo racing skipper Alex Thomson.
Thomson is a veteran of no less
It’s not often that a yacht designer gets the chance to sail an IMOCA designed by his firm over a great distance. But that’s just
Justin Chisholm’s guest on the latest episode of The Yacht Racing Podcast EXTRA is the French solo offshore racing skipper Charlie Dalin.
Dalin hit the headlines
Over the last few years IMOCA 60s have become veritable floating technology laboratories.
Autopilots, optical fibre, satellite communication systems or even security, progress is everywhere and