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Jzerro wins Regatta al Sol with Colligo Marine

by Colligo Marine 17 May 09:11 PDT

We are pleased to announce that Ryan Finn's Proa, Jzerro, took part in the Regatta al Sol.

After being neck in neck throughout the race, he beat a Corsair C31R Trimaran winning line honors and his class (MultiHull). He was the first to finish with a finishing time of 71:43:08! Jzerro is equipped with Colligo Marine® Standing Rigging, along with our Extra Light Headsail furlers (ELFH) and a code furler.

The race took place on May 8, 2018. The course took racers 555 nautical miles along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Starting in Pensacola, Florida to Isla Mujeres, Mexico, which is just off the coast of Cancun.

Click here for more results on The Regatta al Sol!

More on Ryan Finn

Ryan Finn has more the 45,000 offshore miles, which includes 3 trans-Atlantics and three trans-Pacifics, and the Route du Rhum. Ryan has won the Bermuda Race, and participated in many other offshore races. Most recently, winning the 2018 Regatta al Sol in Multis. Ryan is currently looking for a naming sponsor as well!

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