British sailor Will Harris is about to take on his first Transat Jacques Vabre, sailing alongside German skipper Boris Herrmann aboard the IMOCA 60 Team Malizia. With just a fortnight to go to the start it is an incredibly busy time for the duo, so we were more than delighted
We are pleased to see that German solo sailor and Vendee Globe hopeful Boris Hermann has teamed up with rising British solo navigator and Figaro skipper Will Harris for a tilt at the up coming Rolex Fastnet Race.
The pair will be racing double-handed on the Hermann's IMOCA 60 Team Malizia
The most recent fleets to embrace the latest technical advances from Doyle Sails are those rather choosy professional French offshore classes – including the brand new Figaro 3 fleet.
With its innovative Cable-less technology Doyle Sails has been making significant inroads into grand prix ocean and offshore racing fleets. A wide
British sailor Will Harris has had a busy start to 2019.
Since he moved to northern France a couple of months ago to take delivery of his brand-spanking new Bénéteau Figaro 3 Harris has been flat out getting the boat commissioned and branded in its Hive Energy livery – to
On this bumper episode of the Yacht Racing Podcast host Justin Chisholm talks to:
– British solo skipper Will Harris who recently announced that he has secured a sponsorship deal with British clean energy company Hive Energy to compete on the French dominated Figaro circuit in 2019
– Emirates Team New Zealand
Regular Yacht Racing Life contributor Will Harris send this exclusive report from Sydney, Australia less than a week prior to the start of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Race on December 25 in which he will navigating aboard the TP 52 Envy Scooters.
With five days left until the start of the
After dramatic finishes to both the Ultim and IMOCA 60 classes, the attention in the in the Route du Rhum now turns to the 53-strong Class 40 fleet. Can they produce something spectacular too? Weather expert Will Harris gives us his analysis of how the final miles of the Class 40 leaders
Ex-Volvo Ocean Race Race Experts weather analyst and solo skipper Will Harris takes another look the Route du Rhum fleet as the solo skippers complete their fifth day of racing on the way from St Malo, France to Guadeloupe in the Caribbean.
After fighting their way through several intense depressions over
Solo skipper and weather analyst Will Harris – a member of the Alicante-based Race Experts team working on the last Volvo Ocean Race – takes a look at how the turbulent opening 48-hours of the Route du Rhum has played out and what might lie ahead for the singlehanded fleet