His monohole is tied up in the port of Brest, where he completed it on September 30 with the heroic crossing of the Atlantic Ocean. “I came here six months ago after weeks of suffering. Coming back here with a new mount is just a magical moment,” Guirec Soudée told RTL.
In fact, the 8m small boat and its oars were finished, and now the 18m Emocca and its larger ships have been installed, with the former monohole, Benjamin Dutrox completing the last Wendy Globe. “I study on the ship every day, I discover this universe, I have only been on the ship for ten days now, so for this first run, you have to go slowly, be one with the boat, and most of all. Finish,” Browser explains.
Guirec Soudée will leave for the Bermud 1000 race, which starts in Brest on Sunday, May 8th. The course for the 24 competitors will be a 1,200-mile loop that runs through the ancient FastNet rock in the Irish Sea, then descends south from Cape Finister to return to Brest on May 12.
“I’m letting the leaders go ahead, we’ll not be playing in the same league. My goal is to qualify for the Route du Rum starting next November from Saint-Malo. It’s a mythical match.