Global adventure

The last leg of the Portimão Global Ocean Race will leave Charleston for the Algarve this Sunday.

The sprint across the Atlantic should see the continuation of the exciting duel between leaders Beluga Racer and Desafio Cabo de Hornos right to the Portimao finishing line later in June. The only remaining solo sailor, Michel Kleinjans, will also have had time to carry out repairs to his Roaring Forty during the rest stop in the southern United States following a collision with a cargo vessel 210 miles east of Grand Bahama and get under way once more.