The Transpacific Yacht Race, known for short as "Transpac", is together with the Bermuda Race one of the two most enduring long distance sailing competitions in the world. The Transpac open ocean racecourse has sailors travelling across 2,225 nautical miles, overshadowing the 635-mile-long Bermuda Race.
Since its first edition in 1906, the Transpac has been raced biennially creating its own impressive history. Sailors rush on their boats from LA to Honolulu, and after approximately 12 days they make their way across the Pacific Ocean and towards the heavenly islands of Hawaii.
Get ready for the best sailing action of the U.S East Coast in this tough endurance race. Now available on Nautical Channel.