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@Cape2Rio2020 First Start, 4 January
Video 2020

Cape2Rio2020 | Video – First Start, 4 January 2020

10 minute video of the first start of the 2020 Cape-to-Rio Transatlantic Yacht Race by SeaCam Media

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Video 2000

Cape2Rio2000 | Port Elizabeth Yacht’s Cape to Rio 2000

Alan and Glynnis set off with 4 crew on the Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro Yacht Race on Myott Chubb Protector

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Video 2023

Cape2Rio2023 | Video – 50 Years of the Cape2Rio Race

The Cape-to-Rio Transatlantic Yacht Race celebrates 50 years since the start of the first race.

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Video 2020

Cape2Rio2020 | Video – Second Start, 11 January 2020

10 minute video of the second start of the 2020 Cape-to-Rio Transatlantic Yacht Race by SeaCam Media

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Video 2020

Cape2Rio2020 | 80ft trimaran, LoveWater arrives in Cape Town

Lovewater, the 80ft long, 64 ft wide, French owned, racing trimaran has been specifically chartered with the intent to win the Cape to Rio yacht race for South Africa and to attempt to smash the current South Atlantic crossing record of around 10,5 days

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Video 2020

Cape2Rio2020 | Maserati Multi 70 – Cape2Rio 2020 – Partenza

Lovewater, the 80ft long, 64 ft wide, French owned, racing trimaran has been specifically chartered with the intent to win the Cape to Rio yacht race for South Africa and to attempt to smash the current South Atlantic crossing record of around 10,5 days

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Video 1976

Cape2Rio 2011 | Cape To Rio start

The next beginning of this #adventureofalifetime will the first and second starts of the #Cape2Rio2020 on the 4th and 11th of January 2020.

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Video 1976

Cape2Rio 1976 | Video of the 1976 Cape To Rio start

A piece of history. The television coverage of the start of the 1976 race

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Video 2020

Cape2Rio 2020 | Team LoveWater is on it’s way to Cape Town and set to break the record in January 2020

Team LoveWater is on it’s way to Cape Town in a potentially record-breaking trimaran.

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