Rich du Moulin, the current chair of the Storm Trysail Foundation has taken is many years of experience and insights from numerous inputs from fellow sailors to put together a thorough article on Man Overboard Recovery which was published in the May issue of Windcheck Magazine.
Richard du Moulin has competed in four America’s Cup campaigns, a Transpacific Yacht Race, a Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, three Rolex Fastnet Races, six Transatlantic Races, and twenty-five Newport Bermuda Races. In 2003, he and co-skipper Rich Wilson set a new record for the 15,000-mile passage from Hong Kong to New York City aboard the 53-foot trimaran Great American II, eclipsing the time set by the clipper ship Sea Witch in 1849. A member of the Cruising Club of America, Royal Ocean Racing Club, New York Yacht Club, and Storm Trysail Club (Past Commodore), he’s currently serving as Chair of the Storm Trysail Foundation. He lives in Larchmont, NY.
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