©Jesus Renado | Volvo Ocean Race
- Aug 15, 2019
1 Degree Summer Sailing Roundup
- Jun 11, 2019
1 Degree Sailing Team Launched by Charlie Enright & Mark Towill
IN THE PRESS
SAIL WORLD NEWS
An interview with Mark Towill about 11th Hour Racing's campaign for The Ocean Race
When the conversation turns to offshore sailboat racing, Charlie Enright and Mark Towill are serious veterans despite their relatively young ages. The two...
Volvo Ocean Race is a Powerful Platform for Team Vestas 11th Hour Racing + Ocean Health
After racing over 44,000 miles around the world, two teams are tied at the top of the overall leaderboard of the Volvo Ocean Race. As a result, the winner of this...
NEW YORK TIMES
Round-the-World Boat Race Doubles as a Pulpit for Environmental Causes
The American sailors Charlie Enright and Mark Towill have already completed one lap around the world by leading a team to the finish of the last Volvo Ocean Race...
Global Sailing Race Spotlights Plastic Pollution in Oceans
The Volvo Ocean Race spans 12 ports and 45,000 miles and for the seven competing crews, it provides direct insight into the state of pollution in the oceans. For both the sailors and spectators...
These Badass Women Just Sailed Around the World
A slideshow featuring the women who sailed in the 2017-18 edition of the Volvo Ocean Race.
Sustainability will be at the Heart of this Year's Volvo Ocean Race
The international Volvo Ocean Race has put sustainability and oceans health into its core values this year, and the Vestas 11th Hour Racing Team is leading the way...
WALL STREET JOURNAL
Sportsmanship on the High Seas
The 65-foot sailing vessel of Team Alvimedica was battling for fifth place as it raced north through the Indian Ocean storm in the second leg of the Volvo Ocean Race, a wild nine-month...
Inside Sailing's Biggest Race
The crew of one of the teams taking part in the epic Volvo OCean Race reveals the extraordinary demands of their sport, with team chemistry thee key to possible victory...
Volvo Ocean Race: High-tech, high-stakes + high seas
As he guided his high-tech 65-foot racing yacht over the equator in late October, charting a course for the tip of South Africa, Charlie Enright endured some good-natured ribbing from his veteran...
Workout Philosophy from the World's Toughest Sailors
On October 11, seven teams will depart from Alicant, Spain on 65-foot carbon fiber yachts, the start of the most grueling sailing race on the planet- 38,739 nautical miles around the world...
Ivy League Sailors Go From Scratch to Race Billionaires
Charlie Enright and Mark Towill could sail through the Southern Ocean's gales in the round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race, they needed help from a Disney movie, a Turkish medical devices company...
WALL STREET JOURNAL
Preparing for Sailing's 'Everest'
The Round Britain and Ireland Race was about to begin and Charlie Enright, an exuberant then 29-year-old, was at the wheel of a powerful 65-foot-long sailing yacht. He was checking his watch...
39K-Mile Yacht Race Tests the Sanity of Cramped Crews
The idea of sailing around the world seems a bit iffy, even on a huge luxury liner with hot meals, cold alcohol, ample shuffleboard, and a decent bed. The idea turns horrific when you're talking about...
Disney Actors Face 'Hardest Race in the World'
The mission is anything but a Mickey Mouse task: Navigate the world's most treacherous seas, crossing 73,000 nautical kilometers in a confined space with stressed-out, sleep-prived crewmates...
A $20 Million Test of Sailing Endurance
At some point next year, Charlie Enright will be seriously rethinking his mission in life. He'll be at the helm of a 65-foot carbon-fiber sailboat hurtling through the violent seas between Antartica and...
GET IN TOUCH
Complete the form below for any sponsorship, partnership, or press inquiries.