« Alex Thomson, skipper of HUGO BOSS in the forthcoming Barcelona Race also sent his congratulations and said “The power of the MOB light is unbelievable. It is so powerful we call it the ‘Sun’ onboard Hugo Boss as at night we can see the top of our 30m mast like it is daylight – that’s equivalent to a 10 story building! It is incredibly lightweight and for a marine application having a sealed unit is a real plus. We found the indicator light useful for finding the torch when in one of the many cockpit pockets too! Being on top of your sail trim at night just got a whole lot easier!”
Alex Thomson was today the first IMOCA skipper to cross the finish line in the Route du Rhum, one of the most famous races in offshore sailing. The HUGO BOSS skipper crossed the line at Pointe-à Pitre, Guadeloupe after just 11 days, 23 hours, 10 minutes and 58 seconds, setting a new IMOCA race record. After […]
Friday, 16 November, 2018, after 11 days, 23 hours, 10 minutes and 58 seconds racing across the Atlantic in the famous Route du Rhum – Destination Guadeloupe , Alex Thomson crossed the finish line at Pointe-à-Pitre at 08:10:58 local time (13:10:58CET). As the fourth boat overall to complete the gruelling transatlantic race, Thomson onboard HUGO […]
Between 21:45-22:00 AST on Thursday, November 15th Alex Thomson’s IMOCA 60 race boat grounded at the north end of Grande Terre, just south of the Grande Vigie lighthouse on La Pointe à Claude. At the time, Thomson was sailing at around 6 knots. In order to ensure the safety of himself and the boat, Thomson […]
Alex Thomson Racing is currently managing a developing incident, which occurred during La Route du Rhum: Destination Guadeloupe. Today between 21:45 and 22:00 AST Alex Thomson’s IMOCA 60 race boat grounded on Guadeloupe island. Skipper Thomson is safe, uninjured and in no danger. Structural checks are ongoing. The situation is being closely reviewed and monitored […]
British sailor Alex Thomson continues to lead in what has already been a brutal 11th edition of the Route du Rhum, a 3,542 nautical mile solo sailing race. After three days at sea, well over a quarter of the 123 skippers who began the race in Saint Malo on Sunday (November 4) have already been […]
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