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Charlie Enright on RORC Time over Distance Series

by RORC 23 Dec 2020 12:16 GMT
RORC Time over Distance with Charlie Enright © RORC

This week's special guest for the RORC Time Over Distance series is Charlie Enright. Born and bred in Rhode Island, USA, the young skipper has already notched up two round the world races which have been nothing short of high drama.

Charlie has also won the Rolex Fastnet Race and RORC Caribbean 600 overall, racing on the Askew brothers' Volvo 70 Wizard. Charlie's third lap of the planet is scheduled for the Ocean Race as the skipper of a new IMOCA60 11th hour racing.

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