Sam Davies Completes Solo Vendée Globe Outside The Race

After being forced to abandon her Vendee race on 5 December following a violent collision with a floating object south of Cape Town, British skipper Sam Davies sailed back into Les Sables d’Olonne on Friday 26 Febuary.

Sam Davies retires from the Vendee Globe

Sam Davies arrived in Cape Town Saturday morning and confirmed by video that she is officially retiring from the Vendee Globe race

Vendee Globe – Sam Davies describes UFO strike damage as she diverts to Cape Town

Britain’s Sam Davies on Initiatives Coeur is now heading slowly towards Cape Town, following the strike with a floating object Wednesday night.

Vendee Globe – Sam Davies’ Initiatives Coeur has hit a Floating Object

In the Vendee Globe race, Britain’s Sam Davies’ Initiatives Coeur has hit a floating object and is heading North at low speed

Vendee Globe – Race leader Charlie Dalin builds 300+nm lead

With Alex Thomson on Hugo Boss now out of the Vendee Globe and setting course for Cape Town, race leader Charlie Dalin (Apivia) is some 520 nautical miles west of the longitude of Cape of Good Hope

Vendée Globe will start Sunday at 13:02hrs French time

The ninth edition of the Vendée Globe solo non-stop race around the world will start from Les Sables d’Olonne on the French Atlantic coast on Sunday 8 November

Sam Davies has her eyes set on the Vendee Globe

Sam Davies currently campaigns the IMOCA 60 Initiatives Coeur and has her eyes set on the next Vendee Globe, video here