Prize Giving, 2 February 2020

Dawn Jorgensen Reporting from Rio de Janeiro. The Cape2Rio2020 Prize Giving took place next to the expansive palm tree lined pool at the Iate Clube do Rio de Janeiro at 6pm on 2nd February 2020 with crews, family, friends and supporters invited to share the warmth and spirit of the…

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Arrivals, 30th January 2020

Dawn Jorgensen Reporting from Rio de Janeiro.  Umoya Argonaut San Salvador Myrtle Of Bonnievale Ronin Adriana The 30th January proved to be the busiest on the Cape2Rio 2020 race finish line, with six boats coming in between the early hours and late evening UTC. The race committee eagerly awaiting them…

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Arrivals, 29th January 2020

Dawn Jorgensen Reporting from Rio de Janeiro. Sulanga Saravah Zulu Girl powered by Mazi Asset Management Sulanga There were numerous false starts on the morning of the 29th January, as the Race Committee heeded to word that Sulanga, the gorgeous Mumby 48 catamaran skippered by Dr Klaus Wiswedel, would be…

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Arrivals, 31st January 2020

Dawn Jorgensen Reporting from Rio de Janeiro. Arrivals, 31st January 2020 Ballyhoo Too Tam Tam Northern Light With 16 of the participating boats arrived and in port, their crews regrouping after what was by all accounts a tough edition of the Cape2Rio race, the next three South African boats were…

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Cape2Rio2020 | Day 26 Report

And so…as the finished sailors regather and regroup in Rio…and by all accounts there is concurrence that this was a tough edition of the race out on the transcontinental waters…the recharge commences.

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Cape2Rio2020 | Day 25 Report

It’s an overwhelming sense of triumph. We did it. We crossed the ocean. We survived the dangers. We dealt with the problems. We’ve experienced something few people on the planet can even imagine.

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Cape2Rio2020 | Day 24 Report

What an amazing day full of finishers! A massive release of a spectrum of emotions from the sailors, families, friends and race supporters as the first five monohulls cross the finish line.

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