Maiden is a Global Ambassador for the Empowerment of Girls through Education
October 7, 2023
No skipper would happy at the restart, with less than a week to prepare the boat and crew for this gruelling cold leg. The idea of setting off badly prepared would be their worst nightmare.
July 2, 2020
I guess it was inevitable that they would try and persuade me to get on Maiden for a leg – or two! I was finally talked into it and got onto ‘Mum’s first born’ (as I call Maiden) to join legendary Skipper Wendy Tuck and the crew for the leg from Vancouver to Seattle.
February 7, 2020
Aged 14, I was so excited. I shot several frames on my old Praktica L2. It had a screw mount telephoto attached and, just like today, the camera didn’t have a light meter, so I didn’t use one to judge the exposure. Afterwards, I dashed home and processed the film in my bedroom that I’d turned into a darkroom. I knew I’d captured a moment but in those days, I had no idea how to get a photograph “out there” and show it to the right people.
January 20, 2020
Who wants to race around the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean, on the star of the silver screen and oceans alike, the legendary yacht Maiden? Who wants to stand at Tracy Edwards’ helm, sailing with today’s top sailors including Liz Wardley? It may sound like just a dream… but this February, there is ONE […]
November 16, 2019
A blog post by Amalia Infante 17.23.519N, 104.00.899Boat speed 7.0 knotsTrue Wind Speed 4.6 knotsMotoring and melting… Last night and this the morning, we’ve had to get through some squalls associated with the tropical storm called Raymond. The storm is heading away, but we will probably see some offshore thunderstorms. During the morning, we did […]
One year has passed since the day I set sail on Maiden for our first leg of the world tour… Just before leaving on the world tour, we had a great brunch reception at The Royal Southern yacht club in Hamble, UK, with all our family and friends and local supporters. It was a typical wet […]
April 20, 2019
"We have been pleasantly surprised by how delightful not-upwind sailing is (after 12 days of intense upwind action before arriving to Fremantle) and are grateful to be steaming along in the right direction with just over 900 nautical miles to go!"