To finish less than a thousand miles!

Race on the famous Tea route from Hong Kong to London, which is about 30 days continue the French skipper Francis Joyon and his crew of four on the Maxi trimaran IDEC Sport will soon come to an end. And – for happy ending! Yes, apparently, to live the current race record of 36 days, 2 hours, 37 minutes and 2 seconds, for two years owned by skipper Giovanni Soldini and Maxi trimaran Maserati Multi 70 – long. Now Guion Read more

Less than a thousand miles to the finish line!

Today       Less than a thousand miles to the finish line!       The race along the famous Tea Route from Hong Kong to London, which has been going on for 30 days by French skipper Francis Jouillon and his crew of four on the IDEC Sport maxi-trimaran, is about to end. And – to a happy ending! Yes, apparently, to live the current race record – 36 days, 2 hours, 37 minutes and 2 seconds, for two years owned by skipper Giovanni Read more

To the finish line in London – 2128 miles

Ended a 27-day attempts to set a world record for the classic distance of a Tea race from Hong Kong to London, which take the French skipper Francis Joyon and his crew of four on the Maxi trimaran IDEC Sport. Behind 13 393 nautical miles. Left to overcome 2128. And barring anything unexpected, the record (despite recent doubts) is to be held. Because right now, IDEC Sport ahead of his virtual rival – the current owner of record of the Read more

London Finish – 2128 miles

Today       London Finish – 2128 miles       The 27th day ended the attempt to set a world record in the classic distance of the Tea Race from Hong Kong to London, which is being undertaken by French skipper Francis Jouillon and his crew of four in the IDEC Sport maxi trimaran. Behind 13,393 nautical miles. It remains to overcome 2128. And if nothing unexpected happens, then the record (despite recent doubts) should be held. Because now IDEC Sport is 312 miles Read more

To London left 4580 miles

18 days continues with a race against time French skipper Francis Guiana and its crew of 4 persons, the purpose of which is to install the Maxi-trimaran IDEC Sport a new world record on the classic route of the Tea race from Hong Kong to London. Passed 9536 nautical miles (average speed – 22.2 knots). To the finish under the bridge of Queen Elizabeth II on the Thames left to go 4580. Now IDEC Sport on 681 mile ahead of Read more

4,580 miles left to London

Today       4,580 miles left to London       The race with the time of the French skipper Francis Jouillon and his crew of 4 people has been going on for 18 days, the goal of which is to set a new world record on the classic route of the Tea Race from Hong Kong to London on the IDEC Sport maxi trimaran. Passed 9536 nautical miles (average speed – 22.2 knots). 4580 are left to finish under the Elizabeth II bridge on Read more

771 miles benefits!

Today       771 miles benefits!       For 11 days, the French skipper Francis Jouillon and his crew of 4 have been trying to set a new world record on the classic tea race route from Hong Kong to London on the IDEC Sport max trimaran. For 11 days, the French skipper Francis Jouillon and his crew of 4 have been trying to set a new world record on the classic tea race route from Hong Kong to London on the IDEC Sport Read more

Behind almost 5,000 miles!

Today       Behind almost 5,000 miles!       The famous French skipper Francis Jouillon and his crew of 4 people for 9 days continue the race against time. Recall that the goal of the IDEC Sport maxi-trimaran team is to set a new world record on the classic Tea Race route from Hong Kong to London. According to crew members, everything is on schedule, there are no problems on board. 4930 nautical miles have already been covered, but much more ahead – 8450. Read more

Behind almost 5,000 miles!

The famous French skipper Francis Joyon and his crew of 4 people for 9 days continue the race against time. Recall that the goal of the team Maxi trimaran IDEC Sport – set a new world record on the classic route of the Tea race from Hong Kong to London. As reported by the crew, everything goes according to the schedule on Board is no problem. Has already passed 4930 nautical miles, but there is much more – 8450. Now Read more

284 miles benefits!

Today       284 miles benefits!       The attempt of the famous French skipper Francis Jouillon, together with a crew of four, to set a new world record on the classic Tea Race route for about 15 thousand nautical miles from Hong Kong to London, has been ongoing for three days. Recall that since 2018, the record – 36 days, 2 hours, 37 minutes and 2 seconds – belongs to Giovanni Soldini and maxi-trimaran Maserati Multi 70. As we already reported, in order Read more