Minitransat Fun Fact #2

Posted 2011/08/08 by minitransat529
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How high would the mast have to be … Read the rest of this post »

Training and preparation

Posted 2011/08/01 by minitransat529
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Well, I’m back in Lorient for two weeks. The boat is getting ready, although not as fast as I would have liked. The support for the electric autopilot Read the rest of this post »

Mini Transat Fun Fact #1

Posted 2011/07/20 by minitransat529
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How many boat lengths is the Mini Transat race?
As we get closer to the race, I am trying to intersperse my blog posts with some fun facts about the race. Here is my first effort. Read the rest of this post »

All alone – together

Posted 2011/07/11 by minitransat529
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I have read several other blogs from some of my friends who are doing the Mini Transat and I realise we are all guilty of the same offence Read the rest of this post »

In the Press

Posted 2011/07/08 by minitransat529
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The Canadian Yachting Association has published two articles about my campaign.

You can see them here – 7 July 2011
and
here – 12 May 2011

Moving forward

Posted 2011/06/29 by minitransat529
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There is still a lot to do, but the last week has seen some progress towards my now-confirmed place on the start line. I completed my medical exam, including blood tests (red), Read the rest of this post »

I’m in!

Posted 2011/06/16 by minitransat529
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In my last post I mentioned that I was on the waiting list for the Transat, and that all the skippers on the waiting list had written a joint letter to the organisers Read the rest of this post »


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