Out there all alone… sort of

Pierre Massé, Co-Managing Director of Harken France, describes how the most famous solo race has 2,000,000 people hanging on every gybe:

The Vendée Globe is a single-handed, non-stop, and unassisted sailing race around the world on 60-foot IMOCA monohulls. Based on an original idea by Titouan Lamazou, the race was created by Philippe Jeantot, with the help of Philippe de Villiers, President of the General Council of the French Vendée region. The first edition took place in 1989.

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