« 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!”
The Alex Thomson Racing team, together with Title Partner HUGO BOSS, are celebrating an unforgettable final overseas tour onboard the current HUGO BOSS boat. The boat – together with Skipper Thomson and the ATR crew – arrived on the island of Cozumel last month to deliver a week-long programme of sailing experiences, media interviews and […]
For the very first time, skipper Alex Thomson and the HUGO BOSS boat have arrived together in sunny Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Following a 12 day long delivery from Antigua – where HUGO BOSS was berthed over the Christmas and New Year period – the crew arrived in Rio to a warm reception from Brazilian […]
Want to join the Alex Thomson Racing team? We’re on the lookout for a Digital Content Co-ordinator and Creator to join our team. The ideal candidate will be passionate, committed, creative and digitally-savvy with an in-depth understanding of social media, digital design and content creation. The full-time position will be based at ATR HQ in […]
One of the world’s leading offshore sailing teams, Alex Thomson Racing, has renewed its partnership with international rope manufacturer Gleistein Ropes for a further two years. Having penned an initial partnership back in 2014, Alex Thomson Racing and Gleistein Ropes will now work together to develop and install a complex rigging system onboard the ocean […]
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 […]
Nous utilisons des cookies pour vous garantir la meilleure expérience sur notre site. En poursuivant votre navigation, vous acceptez notre Politique de confidentialité et l’utilisation de cookies. Cliquez sur "Accepter" pour poursuivre directement sur le site ou cliquez sur "Plus d’informations" pour consulter les détails.
Les paramètres des cookies sur ce site sont définis sur « accepter les cookies » pour vous offrir la meilleure expérience de navigation possible. Si vous continuez à utiliser ce site sans changer vos paramètres de cookies ou si vous cliquez sur "Accepter" ci-dessous, vous consentez à cela.