In September 2013, 84 Mini 650s will scream off of the coast of France and bash their way through the vicious shallows of the Bay of Biscay, finally arriving 1200 miles later in The Canary Islands. Then after a short layover, they will take off again, tearing their way across the Atlantic Ocean. 4300 nautical miles later, sleep deprived, mentally and physically beaten and emotionally drained, they will arrive in Guadeloupe, and they are going to do it all SINGLE HANDED!
Just imagine….Thirty days of unforgivable seas smashing in your face. You’re sleep deprived and everything you own is soaking wet. You cross the finish line knowing that through it all you have survived, driving your boat faster than anyone else! I’m going to be there.
That’s my dream!
Let’s build a partnership that gets us there together!
March 2012 – Ship OGOC to France
April 14, 2012 – Demi-Cle 6.50, 150 miles double handed
April 21, 2012 – Pornichet Select, 300 miles single handed
May 13, 2012 – UK Mini Fastnet, 600 miles double handed
Feb / Mar 2013 – Training Bay of Biscay and the Solent
April 2013 – Demi Cle 6,50, 150 miles double handed
April 2013 – Pornichet Select, 300 miles single handed
May 2013 – UK Solent, single handed
May 2013 – UK Mini Fastnet, 600 miles double handed
2013 – The Transat Race, 4000 miles France to Guadeloupe
To be the best prepared to win the 2013 Mini Transat race from France to Guadeloupe.
The best chance of winning the race is by being the best prepared for the race. Show up to the start line fully fueled, fed and trained to get to the finish line.
Learn how your help gets us there together!