Peter Mounsey is now 88 and his love for sailing has not ended yet. Recently he sailed in the Sydney to Hobart race for the festival of Australian Wooden Boat. He had the smallest yacht among all the sailors.
While on the voyage, Mounsey encountered many hurdles, but that was not something that could be resisted his way. After all, he is a sailor who has covered more than a million nautical miles. (more…)
Glenn Astwood, the Olympic sailor who was the part of Bermuda, savored the taste of success all at the Nassau Cup Ocean Race.
The race happened and many experienced and professional sailors participated in it.
Astwood was the part of Frank Atkinson’s J125, Raisin’ Cane yacht, the crew of the yacht was experienced and thus they maintained good speed throughout the event and remain the fastest yacht of its class.
Astwood and members on the dock with him flourished in the racing conditions that was ideal and like an offer. They completed 176-nautical mile race started from Miami and end in Nassau in the record time of one day, five hours and 45 minutes. It was third attempt and finally they cherished the success. (more…)