Having conquered the first Fastnet Race in 1925 the converted Le Havre pilot cutter Jolie Brise heads west to take part in the relaunched Bermuda Race. Clare McComb and a family tale…
On arrival in the USA Jolie Brise had quickly become star of the show for many east coast sailors, both because of the journalists who were now following her every move and the hundreds of visitors who came aboard from dawn until dusk; meanwhile, prestigious yacht clubs were throwing open their doors to welcome this gallant crew that had sneaked across the Atlantic, largely to take part in America’s own newly relaunched ocean race.
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