Stage 3. Every milestone, accomplishment, pain, tear and suffering will come together in this last step just to be overshadowed by the final goal:
Sailing solo non-stop around the world without assistance and crossing the finish line of the Vendée Globe in 2020.
THE EVEREST OF THE SEAS
The evolution of the new technologies will allow us to get even closer to the daily life of these extreme explorers. The Vendée Globe is a round the world single handed yacht race, sailed Non Stop and without assistance is a serious test of individual endurance. The course for the Vendée Globe illustrates the straightforward nature and simplicity of the idea behind this major event. You sail around the world from west to east via the three major capes of Good Hope, Leeuwin and the Horn. There is a long slide down the Atlantic, the perilous voyage across the Southern Ocean with firstly the Indian Ocean and its crossed seas, then the Pacific Ocean, the world’s biggest ocean. Finally, there is the climb back up the Atlantic to head back to Les Sables d’Olonne, which marks the start and finish of the Everest of the seas. We take a look at each section of the round the world race course...