Today, the Mini class unites about 300 members, mainly racers, from all professional horizons, from the carpenter to the engineer, from the sailing instructor to the banker, from the journalist to the professional skipper. Continue reading THE WORLD OF THE MINI’S TODAY
Monthly Archives: March 2019
History of the Mini Class
8 October 1977, Penzance (United Kingdom), 24 sailing boats of 6.50 m take to the open sea with a solo sailor on board towards Antigua in the Caribbean, via Tenerife (Canaries islands). Continue reading History of the Mini Class
Douarnenez’s three harbours
Like other ports with strong personalities, the sea is, of course, indissolubly linked with the image of “Penn Sardin” (“Sardine Head”) city. The past affirms the strength of its roots out of which have grown the town’s three harbours.