As the only two-time winner of the Vendee Globe singlehanded around the world race and having earned the nickname The Professor for knowledge and expertise in ocean racing and the IMOCA 60 class in particular, when Frenchman Michel Desjoyeaux speaks – as he did during a panel discussion on the
Since the spectacular conclusion of the 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race in the Hague in June and the announcement of a change of ownership from the Volvo organization to sports management company Atlant Ocean Racing, not much has been heard from the race headquarters in Alicante, Spain.
So it was good to
The organisers of the next edition of the round the world yacht race formally known as the Volvo Ocean Race recently released to potential teams a preliminary Notice of Race for the next edition which is scheduled to start at the end of 2021.
Having carefully analysed the document we have
The next edition of the race currently known as the Volvo Ocean Race, scheduled to start in 2021, will include two dynamic classes of boats, more women racing than ever before, and a youth challenge trophy.
Initial details have just been released with the Preliminary Notice of Race now available to
Having won the last Volvo Ocean Race as part of the Dongfeng Race Team crew and finished third in the last Vendee Globe, French skipper Jérémie Beyou is good person to quiz about the suitability of a new generation of IMOCA 60 boats in the next VOR.
Speaking to members of
Two months after completing the 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race around the world in fourth place aboard team AkzoNobel, two key members of the squad have set their sights on competing in the next edition of the race in three years' time.
Nicolai Sehested from Denmark and Chris Nicholson from Australia have
From its original manifestation 45 years ago, when on 8 September 1973, 19 boats crossed the start line on a foggy British morning at the beginning of the first Whitbread Race around the world, to the spectacularly close finish in The Hague this year of the hard-fought 2017-18 edition – the Volvo Ocean Race
What does it take to be a Volvo Ocean Race sailor and father? Wanting to give your all to both but knowing this will require great sacrifices.
Red Bull Adventure followed Kiwi yachtsman – and now double-Volvo Ocean Race winner – Daryl Wislang over the course of the 2017-18 edition of
Meet double Volvo Ocean Race winner Daryl Wislang
Nationality: New Zealand
Date of birth: May 20 1981
Family: Wife Jess and children Pearl & Theo
Bio: Described by Charles Caudrelier – his skipper on Dongfeng Race Team in the 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race – as “a proven offshore warrior” Daryl Wislang is one of the world’s
All or Nothing is the official documentary film chronicling the stories of the seven international teams taking part in the 2017-18 edition of the legendary 46,000-nautical mile Volvo Ocean Race around the world yacht.
Source: Volvo Ocean Race