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All Aboard (February): Staying Afloat & Sailing Fast
This entry was posted on February 10, 2017.
Hello February sea-farers! Welcome back to a fresh, salty, wind-tossed edition of All Aboard, our monthly round up of the GS Products team's favourite sailing blogs and adventurers. Each month we keep our customers stocked with the high quality marine fittings while also keeping tabs on what the sailing community has been up to online!
Whether you're a full-time water-dweller or dreaming of the adventure of a lifetime, you'll find plenty of inspiration, information and good stuff here at All Aboard.
This month, discover how one sailing devotee “stays afloat” financially, explore the Ruby Rose's greatest moments of 2016 and read up on Alex Thomson's new sailing world record.
How Swell Voyage Stays Afloat Financiallylatest posts. Read up, get inspired and just maybe launch an adventure of your own.
Ruby Rose's Sailing HighlightsTake a peek to share their year's amazing adventures.
Alex Thomson Beats 24hr Sailing Record in Vendee GlobeThere was some stupendous news from the Vendee Globe last month when British sailor Alex Thomson smashed the 24hr sailing record , travelling 536.81 nautical miles in 24 hours. Beating previous record holder Francois Galbart's 2012 record of 534.48 nautical miles by 2.33 nautical miles, Thomson is now the world record holder for solo sailing in a monofoil. Read the full story on the excellent Devoti Luca website.
What were your sailing highlights of 2016? What is the furthest you've ever sailed in 24 hours? Have your say and share your stories below.