The turquoise brand supports the r’Ose Transat project, a highly colourful adventure!
Discover the r’Ose Transat project
This project unites women who went through breast cancer. Its goal is to help them hold on and find self confidence through sailing! Lagoon and the rental company Star Voyage are the partners of this transatlantic crossing on board a 46, taking part in this human adventure in their own way.
The all-female crew will set off to cross the Atlantic between the Canary islands and Martinique in November 2019. The crew is made up of six women in breast cancer remission, a doctor and a skipper. They will embark on board a 46 for a formidable human adventure. The expedition also strives to encourage women's vocations in the sailing world.
Author of several books and initiator of the project, on board the Lagoon catamaran, Elisabeth Thorens-Gaud will be in charge of the log book during the adventure. It will then be published by éditions Favre in 2020, during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The r’Ose Transat project will also raise awareness of the general public and public authorities on the necessity of continuing to grant funds for breast cancer research. This is a non-profit project. Once the costs have been covered, donations and extra income will be given to organisations fighting breast cancer.
To find out more about this formidable human adventure, click here!
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