An extraordinary offshore sailing regatta on a 6.5 meters long boat, single–handed and with no external assistance

This is my challenge



4 months ago


🍳🍔🍟 FOOD 🍧🍯🍩

The luxurious kitchen of a Mini consists of.... a jetboil. Our skippers are handling very difficult recipes proposed by world ... See more

4 months ago

Look there 🔎, the Caribbean Islands are approaching!!!!
It's starting to smell like rum 🥳🥂

4 months ago

1,183 miles on arrival and Andy recovered a couple of positions at the update tonight at 9 pm. GOOD JOB!

⛵️ Miles to arrival: 1,183.60
🌬 Speed: 7,5 knots
🤓 Position: 46

The expectation of ... See more

4 months ago

627 is located exactly halfway between Las Palmas and Le Marin!! �

From yesterday and for a few more days, the weather situation is unstable: important precipitation and wind that can reach 35-40 ... See more

4 months ago
Giorno 7 della prima tappa // Jours 7 première étape

8 giorni in mare, 2,500 miglia navigate (1+2 tappa) e 627 è già quasi a mezzo percorso della seconda tappa!! BRAVO!
E nel frattempo, vi lascio a un video filmato da Andy al giorno 7 della prima ... See more

4 months ago

Andy's position remains stable!!!!
⚠️⚠️ Threatening group in sight!!! 😂
In the last few hours this group of skippers has gained several positions in the ranking and currently is located ... See more

4 months ago

More than a third of the route has been sailed ⛵️👍
Andy advances well and gained a couple of positions! VERY GOOD JOB 🤩🥳
This night our skippers will have to deal with a deterioration ... See more

4 months ago

627 advance with a sustained rhythm and in the afternoon gained 10 positions! 🏁😀 The race continues with a favourable trade wind (ENE’ly of 15-20 knots) but not very stable in terms of ... See more

5 months ago



To make a similar experience you have to love loneliness and spend time with yourself. Andy says that after a few days you get used to being ... See more

5 months ago
Photos from PA Sailing - 2019 Mini Transat Challenge's post

Fourth day of navigation, more than 500 miles sailed.
Andy is moving a little further south, probably to avoid a small front that should be developed from tomorrow morning. Andy maintains his ... See more

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