“The main principle is not to swim on the water, but to fly - this is our old dream”
Said Eric Tabarli, one of the great yachtsmen in the world. “We must forget about the laws of Archimedes, if we want to achieve frantic speeds.”
In October 1993, the Yellow Pages Endeavor set a world record with a speed of 46.52 knots (86.15 kilometers per hour). On that day, sailboats won back the palm tree among the representatives of sea sports.