“One day,” you have probably said, “I’m pushing out of this comfort zone”. You’ve been around the buoys and you’ve won your share of trophies. You can handle a racing boat, you’ve proven that, but there are still challenges that draw you in. There is still stretching to do.
Luckily, the PSSA has the solution. On March 26, 2010, single handed and double handed boats, spinnakers flying, will head south for Guadalupe Island, off the coast of Mexico, turn the island, and then climb north for home, in a non-stop race covering nearly six hundred miles. Just finishing is an achievement, and you will know the sense of satisfaction of completing the Guadalupe Island Race that is rumored to be tougher than the Single handed Transpac.
Adventure calls. Only you know if you’re ready to answer.