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One of the world’s most dangerous race | New Video


The Swede, Joakim Brantingson is getting prepared to compete in one of the world’s most dangerous race according to Forbes Magazine, Mini-Transat. Joakim will be solo sailing his 6,5m/21ft boat from French west coast across the Atlantic to the Caribbean.

Name: Joakim Brantingson

What: Solo sail across the Atlantic
Race: Mini-Transat in 2023
Number of crew members: 1
Longest Sleep duration: 20 min
Participants: 80 Sailors
Start/Finish: West coast France – Stop in Las Palmas – Finish in the Caribbean

Duration: 25 Days

Sail Boat
Displacement (weight): 1000kg/2200lb
Speed: 25kn+

Sail Bags used: PRO DRYBAG 45L | PRO DRYBAG 100L | DRY TOTEBAG 90L



Check out our new video-interview with Joakim!

We are looking forward to follow Joakim Brantingson on his preparations for Mini-Transat 2023!

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