Nailing it
– Part I

In sailing, filed under the sub-heading of very serious and very dangerous adventure, you first find the Vendée Globe and sitting next to it the Mini Transat… And then there is Don McIntyre. Aside from being a solo oceanic racer and adventurer of renown, McIntyre has been steadily assembling a tailored portfolio of maritime adventures that are rapidly starting to attract a much broader following among sailors, non-sailors and mainstream media – interest that grand prix race organisers could only dream of. Dan Houston profiles the man… and his growing repertoire

When the British solo sailor Ian Herbert- Jones and his Tradewind 35 Puffin were rolled and dismasted in heavy 25ft seas and 80kt gusting winds in the Southern Ocean on 10 April this year, the developing situation and subsequent rescue were relayed online, almost in real time.

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