The Mini Transat is a 4050 nautical miles solo race, on the smallest offshore racing boats, at only 6.50m long.
Created in 1977 by Bob Salmon to emulate the adventurous spirit of the first transatlantic voyages, and organised every other year since its creation, this 23rd edition will bring together 84 sailors, including future great names in sailing and others who have come to realise their dreams upon the open sea whilst relishing in their chosen freedom.
As always, the crossing will take place in two stages but with a slightly adapted route. Starting in the town of Les Sables d’Olonne, with a stopover in Santa Cruz de La Palma in the Canary Islands, then arriving in Saint François in Guadeloupe. Assuring a rich contrast, varied emotions, and enduring experiences.
- Water Sports Competition
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