There's nothing like a full morning of drizzle to calm down the pre race nerves and by start time on Sunday morning I was feeling suitably damp and ready to race.
Having talked about getting the boat totally 100% ready a couple of days ago we are finally at the stage where the only thing left to do is turn up tomorrow morning with the clothes we are we
Apparently the only way to get really cool looking photos of offshore boats in their natural environment is to sail a good distance away from land and fly a helicopter overhead with a w
It was quiet a momentous occasion when all five boats racked up on the dock in Les Sables D’Olonne to race together for the first time and not without a hu
Last week we took the guys at Pole Vendee up on their kind offer to join in with their training in St Gille Groix de Vie.
Three days have passed since Ed Hill and I arrived in Perros Guirec, cooking up a tasty pasta breakfast as we waited for the lock gate to open and licking our wounds after a 35 knot pasting o