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Kirsty Neuschafer wins Golden Globe Race 2022
Winner of the Golden Globe race, without assistance or technology, after 235 days, 5 hours, 44 minutes and 4 seconds of racing (final time will be determined after the calculation of penalties for using fuel and bonuses), Kirsten became the first woman to win a solo round-the-world race under sail. This achievement was celebrated in Les Sables d'Olonne, now more than ever the world capital of single-handed ocean racing.
The Golden Globe Race 2022
Following in the footsteps of Sir Robin Knox-Johnston,
Infiniti 46 Sailing Trial & Foo Fighters
Run and tell all of the angels
...looking to the sky to save me
SAIL's Tips of the Week
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..... Take the time to look at the shape of your sails
A quiet achiever, sailing alone around the world
A small sailboat came in off that same angry ocean,
Volvo Ocean Race Leg 2 .... The Big Boats are flying
Start of Leg 2. Day 1 from Lisbon to Cape Town. Photo by Ainhoa Sanchez/Volvo Ocean Race. 05 November, 2017.
Hugo Boss, skipper Alex Thomson, during Solo Sailing Vendee Globe
Hugo Boss, skipper Alex Thomson (GBR),
Volvo Ocean Race Leg 8 from Itajai to Newport, day 16, on board Turn the Tide on Plastic
MAN OVERBOARD PROCEDURE
The Williamson turn is a manoeuvre used to bring a ship or boat under power back to a point it previously passed through, often for the purpose of recovering a man overboard.
The Williamson turn is most appropriate at night or in reduced visibility, or if the point can be allowed to go (or already has gone) out of sight, but is still relatively near.
1. If in response to a man overboard, put the rudder toward the person (e.g., if the person fell over the starboard side, put the rudder over starboard
2. After deviating from the original course by about 60 degrees, shift the rudder full to the opposite
3. When heading about 20 degrees short of the reciprocal, put the rudder amidships so that vessel will turn onto the reciprocal
4. Bring the vessel upwind of the person, stop the vessel in the water with the person alongside, well forward of the propellers
If dealing with a man overboard, always bring the vessel upwind of the person. Stop the vessel in the water with the person well forward of the propellers.