With place 3 on the first leg from Sable to Horta and place 5 on the second leg we finished 4th overall in the regatta. Challenging conditions and strong competition made it an exciting race and a good practice run for upcoming double handed events.
Statements by Alexander Krause and Antoine Carpentier (Stella Nova), 3rd Alexander Krause, skipper of Stella Nova, 3rd: «It was a real challenge, on the first night, to find the wind and to leave in the good wagon but we succeeded. We’ve played at the front row from start to finish and we’re happy with that. […]
With light winds Stella Nova was “drifting” faster than the competitors around the race course and hence defend the victory of 2015.
…it took just over 11 days to sail from Quebec to St. Malo. It was a very competitive race right from the start and all the way to the finish line. If the fog had cleared, a fellow competitor would have been in sight all of the time. Seven boats crossed the finishing line within […]
With Stella Nova we were able to beat the competition by 1 day and to decrease the time from 2011 by 5 days. The Prizegiving ceremony was held at the Royal Yacht Squadron in Cowes last friday.
I say thank you to: The low pressure system for taking us all across the atlantic with 25-40 knots, the warm front for keeping us warm, Stella Nova for staying in one peace, Armel Tripon and Jörg Riechers for bringing experience of combined 20 transatlantic races onbord and Burkhard Keese for making everything possible.
Ocean Race North was created to bring boats north after the winter sailing season. The first edition of the race in 2015 went from Charleston to Annapolis to allow teams to compete in the Annapolis-Newport race. In 2016, Ocean Race North will bring competitors to Newport in time to compete in the biennial Newport-Bermuda race. […]