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Good Jibes Is Live: Talking About the Singlehanded Transpacific

In this week’s Good Jibes, Chris Weaver chats with Robb Walker and Jim Quanci right after they finished the Singlehanded Transpacific Yacht Race from San Francisco to Hawaii.

Good Jibes with Robb Walker and Jim Quanci
Robb Walker and Jim Quanci.
© 2021 Latitude 38 Media LLC / Chris

The 2,150-mile race took place for the first time in 1978 and happens every two years. Hear about the squalls and wind holes they faced, their favorite and least favorite parts, the famous belt buckle, and whether they’ll do a race like this one again. Learn more at https://www.latitude38.com/lectronic/singlehanded-transpacific-race-wrap/

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  1. Captain Sunshine 2 months ago

    Two of my sailing hero’s in the same race.

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