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Nonstop - Süchtig nach Segeln/Driven by the Sea

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Nonstop ~ Driven by the Sea from Boris Herrmann ~ in German and English language.

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  • He is the future (and already current) superstar of the German pro-sailing-scene.
  • Born in Germany in 1982, MBA from the University of Bremen, he is the fastest person who sailed around the world – in 47 days. He holds several records at sea as well as four circumnavigations.
  • Pro – after a decade as a teamplayer, he now (in 2020) aims at the most difficult regatta of the world: the Vendée Globe, main sponsor BMW and the Monegasque Royal family, in person of Pierre Casiraghi.
  • Special about Herrmann: a sailor by passion, not only single handed but also with a team, very fastidious in terms of knowing his boat. But as well a kind of philosopher, knows to keep the big picture in mind, to cherish the wonderfulness of nature and the ocean.
  • 2007 German Champion with the 505er
  • Two years ranking leader, Vice – European Champion and Europe Cup winner
  • 2008 Artemis-Transat-single handen from Plymouth to Boston – Class 40 – 2nd place
  • In 2009 winner of (with Felix Oehme) the Portimao Global Ocean Race (Regatta in 5 stages around the world – Kapetown, Wellington, Ilhabela (Brasilien), Charleston (USA), Portimao. All in all 145 days with the BELUGA RACER (Class 40).
  • First German participant 2010/11 at the Barcelona World Race , reaching after a einer nonstop-Tour (with Ryan Breymeier) a respectable 5th place.
  • With Imoca and Malizia several speed records

 

Produktinfo:

Publisher: Delius Klasing
Auhtor: Bosis Herrmann
Edition: 1. Auflage 2018
ISBN: 978-3-667-11435-8
Features: folding brochure
Pages: 176
Photos and Illustrations: 88
Measurements: 20,9 x 24 cm

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Author Herrmann
Language German