The transatlantic crusing race “Rome Street” was delayed resulting from unsafe climate

The twelfth version of the transatlantic race dubbed Route du Rhum (Route Rhum) has been postponed resulting from unhealthy climate and harmful crusing situations.

The race, which begins in Saint-Malo in France and ends in Level-a-Pitre in Guadeloupe – often known as the Queen of Solo Yachting throughout the Atlantic – is likely one of the most numerous so far because of the variety of ages and genders. France 24 correspondent stories in Saint-Malo, France.

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