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Lisa Blair: Dismasted in the Southern Ocean

By Blog of Lisa Blair — last modified Apr 07, 2017 11:08 AM
Lisa Blair was aiming to circumnavigate Antarctica: solo, non-stop and unassisted. Sadly her record attempt came to an end three days ago when she was dismasted in the Southern Ocean. Her detailed blog about what happened and how she dealt with it is a useful and interesting read.

Published: 2017-04-05 23:00:00
Topics: Safety and Medical

Lisa Blair: Dismasted in the Southern Ocean

Broken mast on deck - from lisablairsailstheworld.com

After the grinding and screeching stopped I just stood there for several more seconds in doubt and disbelief that this has happened. I was only 4 weeks away from the end of my record. So close, however the need to survive kicked in.

Read the full story on Lisa's Blog

https://lisablairsailstheworld.com

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