But there was no record …

November 23rd, 2019       But there was no record …       Last Tuesday, foreign sailing sites (followed by us) reported that during the traditional Luderitz Speed ​​Challenge competitions in Namibia, a new world record was set: Belgian Vincent Valkeners covered a 500-meter distance on a sailboard at an average speed of 53.33 knots ! Alas, Walkeners did not go on record for long. This morning, the same foreign sailing sites reported that there was no record. The judges of the Luderitz Speed Read more

A record that was not…

Last Tuesday, foreign sailing sites (and behind them the us) reported that during traditional competitions Luderitz Speed Challengе in Namibia set a new world record: Belgian Vincent Valckenaers overcome the 500-meter distance on a Board under sail with an average speed of 53.33 site! Alas, in the Champions Valkanis went long. This morning the same foreign sailing sites have reported that record, it turns out, was not. Judges Luderitz Speed Challengе rechecked the video-in, and then said the result of Read more

Jouillon set off again for a record

Today       Jouillon set off again for a record       The famous French skipper Francis Gouillon does not sit still. More recently, on November 8, he set a world record by going on the IDEC SPORT maxi-trimaran from Port Louis in Brittany to another Port Louis, on the island of Mauritius. And now he again set off on a long journey. This time, the target of Zhuillon is Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam's largest city, to which 4000 miles. Trimaran will have Read more

Guyon again went for the record

The famous French skipper Francis Guiana can not sit still. Most recently, on 8 November, it set a world record, going Maxi-trimaran IDEC SPORT from Port-Louis in Brittany to the other Port Louis, Mauritius. And now again went on a long journey. This time the purpose of Guiana – Ho Chi Minh city, the largest city of Vietnam, which is 4000 miles. The trimaran will, after leaving Mauritius (it happened today, in 8 hours 49 minutes 59 seconds Moscow time), Read more

Jouillon improved the record by almost a week!

November 8, 2019       Jouillon improved the record by almost a week!       This morning, the transition of 63-year-old French skipper Francis Gouillon on the IDEC SPORT maxi-trimaran from Port Louis in Brittany to another Port Louis, on the island of Mauritius, has completed. Jouillon covered the distance of 8800 nautical miles in 19 days, 18 hours, 14 minutes and 45 seconds, and this is a new world record. The previous achievement, set by him 10 years ago (26 days, 4 hours, Read more

Guion improved the record by almost a week!

This morning completed the transition 63-year-old French skipper Francis Guaiana Maxi-trimaran IDEC SPORT from Port-Louis in Brittany to the other Port Louis, Mauritius. The distance of 8800 nautical miles, Guyon overcame 19 days, 18 hours, 14 minutes and 45 seconds, and it’s a new world record. The previous record set by him 10 years ago (26 days, 4 hours, 13 minutes and 29 seconds), the French skipper managed to improve nearly a week!

How much of Guion will improve the record?

63-year-old French skipper Francis Guiana are now 800 nautical miles to improve on the Maxi trimaran IDEC SPORT his own world record on the distance from Port-Louis in Brittany to the other Port Louis, Mauritius. And the question is now one – the one in the headline: how many of Guion will improve the record? Completed an 18-day race against time. Behind – more than 8,000 miles. The remaining 800 IDEC SPORT, if nothing catastrophic happens (this is even not Read more

How much will Jouillon improve the record?

Today       How much will Jouillon improve the record?       The 63-year-old French skipper Francis Gouillon is left with 800 nautical miles to improve his IDC SPORT max trimaran his own world record in the distance from the town of Port Louis in Brittany to another Port Louis, on the island of Mauritius. And now the question is one – the one that is put in the headline: How much will Jouillon improve the record? The 18th day of the race ends Read more

Sorry, the record did not hold.

Yesterday       Sorry, the record did not hold.       German Ernst-Michael Miller recently designed a small hydrofoil catamaran iFly 15 and decided to prove that his brainchild is capable of performing real offshore feats. Moreover, Miller found like-minded people. The experienced professional yachtsman, 39-year-old Yo Wiebel and 21-year-old Tamara Baumann, recently tried to set the iFly 15 world record for crossing the English Channel (140 nautical miles from Causes in England to Dinard in France) for catamarans less than 20 feet long Read more

Sorry, the record was not held

German Ernst-Michael Miller recently designed a small catamaran on underwater wings iFly 15 and decided to show his child by force to make real offshore exploits. Moreover, Miller found a kindred spirit. Experienced yachtsman-professional 39-year-old yo Wibal and 21-year-old Tamara Baumann recently tried to install iFly 15 world record crossing of the English channel (140 nautical miles from Cowes in England to Dinard in France) catamaran with a length of less than 20 feet (6.1 meters). The previous record – Read more