The race for the miles HAS started for the skippers in the next Vendée Globe if They Want to hope-have to a place. Who was at the top of the list to be selected? Offshore Racing Magazine No. 84 can Exclusively unveil the “official” table for the Vendée Globe. 14 skippers-have taken the lead.
The Enthusiasm for Taking Share in the Vendée Globe and it’s continuous Likely that the number of entries will be higher than the number of seats available, which is limited to 30 by the Notice of Race. The skippers Who completed the last Vendée Globe and Those With a new boat will be selected between 12 and 18 places are already taken. At worst, there are only 12 seats, and there are already 37 in total ( read about all the projects already launched in Offshore Racing Magazine ) official.
If more than 30 skippers meet the requirements of the IMOCA Championship Series with the following issues:
– two-handed races 1 nautical mile = ½ mile
– single-handed race: 1 nautical mile = 1 mile
From each race, the skippers are credited with the distance of the covered miles Indicated in the Notice of Race. Even if the road has been altered, this is the distance used.
In the event of abandonment on one of these races, the nautical miles covered, by the great circle route will be used. The calculation of the miles covered by the Vendée Globe Race Committee. A table displaying the number of miles covered by each member of the Executive Board of Vendée Globe.
There are 14 skippers on the official list
Two races-have enabled 14 skippers to collect miles. The Monaco Globe Series was a two-handed race and the Route du Rhum.
In this table, we have selected the skippers Likely to be the subject of the selection stage. For example, gold Beyou Alex Thomson, with a new boat, Arnaud Boissières gold Fabrice Amedeo Who completed the last Vendée Globe. The next race will be the 1000 Bermuda breed which, ALTHOUGH will not be obvious, will allow the IMOCA skippers to collect 2,000 miles. Click here for more.