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New World Record - Singlehanded Cadiz to San Salvador

by John Reed on 27 Feb 2014
Banque Populaire VII has now set two world solo 24hour marks and the WSSR Council have announced the establishment of a new World Record by Banque Populaire for the Discovery route, almost halving the previous time. Yvan Zedda / BPCE
The WSSR Council - announces the establishment of a new World Record

Record : Singlehanded Cadiz to San Salvador (The Discovery Route)

Yacht: Banque Populaire 7. 103 ft Trimaran
Name: Armel Le Cleac’h FRA
Dates:. 23rd to the 30th January 2014.
Start time: 18;56;59 UTC on 23/01/14
Finish time: 18;39;17 UTC on 30/01/14
Elapsed time: 6 days 23 hours 42 minutes and 18 seconds.
Distance: 3884 M
Average speed: 23.16 kts

Protector - 660 x 82Zhik AkzoNobelb 660x82PredictWind.com 2014

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