Transat Jacques Vabre: They’re off!

11th Hour Racing Team

Follow 11th Hour Racing Team’s two IMOCA racing boats, Mālama and Alaka’i, in the 2021 Transat Jacques Vabre from Le Havre, France to Martinique.

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Racing with not one, but two IMOCA 60s, 11th Hour Racing Team are taking on the 5,800-nautical miles racecourse across the Atlantic Ocean. Sailing onboard Mālama, the Team’s recently launched boat, are co-skippers Charlie Enright and Pascal Bidégorry, with Justine Mettraux and Simon Fisher co-skippering Alaka’i.

It’s a brand new racecourse for the Transat Jacques Vabre IMOCA fleet which will take them around the island of Fernando do Noronha off the coast of Brazil before heading northwest to Martinique.

Transat Jacques Vabre Map Tracker

At 1327 CET on Sunday, November 7th, our sailors crossed the start line in Le Havre, in the biggest race for them of the year, bound for Martinique in the French Caribbean.

Charlie Enright and Amory Ross walk the dock in the Transat Jacques Vabre Race Village. Join Charlie and Amo as they talk about everything IMOCA from the bow shapes to the foil designs in this 23-strong fleet in Le Havre.

Keep a close eye on 11th Hour Racing Team’s social channels for the latest news from onboard Mālama and Alaka’i.

        

 

Header image credit: Jean-Marie Liot / Alea / 11th Hour Racing
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