Sarah Hebert is back , Guadeloupe will be the next stop

Sarah Hébert a repris la mer ce matin, direction de la Guadeloupe

Sarah Hebert started this morning at 10:00 local time (11h00 Paris time). With winds between 20 to 23 knots breeze, Sarah is partly equipped with a veil 5,8 meters and a board 110 litres. Sarah and her team were forced to make a technical stop on Sal island following an incident during a perilous equipment.

Sarah, with her experience, has said she was more than ready to meet the daily challenges that await. Before taking off this morning, Sarah told us of his determination: “I was eager to return to the sea, to feel again the wind rush in my sail. A day of beautiful slides of the Atlantic swell waiting for me. The pit stop allowed me to do some catching up and read the messages of encouragement to all those ashore after this adventure. Their support is a real motivation to help me and give everything up to this challenge. ”

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