In less than one year, the city of Alicante will open its Race Village to the public to host the start of the 2011-12 Volvo Ocean Race, and over the next few months we will look at each of the cities that will host the Volvo Ocean Race fleet. We begin our series with a Q&A session on the impact of the race on the city of Alicante, with Vice President of the Generalitat Valenciana, Gerardo Camps.
Alicante: The Perfect Platform http://en.nauticwebnews.com/400
During the week of the Volvo Ocean Race Conference, representatives from all 10 host ports, the racing teams, local authorities and race sponsors gathered at Race Headquarters in Alicante this evening, for the unveiling of the Volvo Ocean Race Trophy that will honour the winning team of the 2011-12 edition of the race.
Volvo Ocean Race Trophy http://en.nauticwebnews.com/384
Delegates from the 10 stopover ports, six sailing teams and the partners and sponsors of the race will be in Alicante this week for the first Volvo Ocean Race Conference for the 2011-12 edition, from 16-19 November.
Meeting of minds at the Volvo Ocean Race Conference in Alicante http://en.nauticwebnews.com/363
Glossy, gorgeous and all yours, Life at the Extreme, is now available to read FREE online. Go direct to the features that interest you most by clicking on the contents page. Dip in and out of the news section, keep up to date with the progress of the fleet or look into the past lives […]
Volvo Ocean Race Magazine http://en.nauticwebnews.com/312
The race tells an inspiring story about dedicated individuals and teams who with passion, energy and endurance, climb the “Mount Everest of sailing”. The Volvo Ocean Race also is one of the very few truly global sports events – taking place on 4 different continents, involving multi-national, multi-cultural teams and support teams. In short, it perfectly mirrors the world we live in at Volvo every day.
Volvo Ocean Race – Meet the companies behind the name http://en.nauticwebnews.com/271