Next stage for Ocean Globe Race

Published on November 2nd, 2023

The results from the first leg of the 2023-24 Ocean Globe Race have the Swan 65 Translated 9 as the Overall and Flyer Class winner while Triana (Swan 53) and Spirit of Helsinki (Swan 651) each won their divisions. The second leg begins November 5 and will take the 14-boat fleet across the southern oceans from Cape Town, South Africa to Auckland, New Zealand. The first boats are expected to finish by mid to late December.

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2023-24 Ocean Globe Race:
FIRST LEG: Start 10 September 2023. 7670 miles. First boats finish 9-21 October 2023.
SECOND LEG: Start 5 November 2023. 7250 miles. First boats finish 14-23 December 2023.
THIRD LEG: Start 14 January 2024. 4980 miles. First boats finish 9-18 February 2024.
FOURTH LEG: Start 5 March. 6550 miles. Finish 1-10 April 2024.

The 2023-24 Ocean Globe Race (OGR) is a fully crewed, retro race, in the spirit of the 1973 Whitbread Round the World Race, marking the 50th Anniversary of the original event. Starting in Southampton (UK) on September 10, the OGR is a 27,000-mile sprint around the Globe, divided into four legs that passes south of the three great Capes. The fleet is divided in three classes with stop-overs in Cape Town, South Africa; Auckland, New Zealand; and Punta del Este, Uruguay before returning to Southhampton in April 2024.

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