30 Sep '15, 2pm

@TeamComanche fans: Ken Read confirmed earlier this month that the supermaxi will be returning to the 2015 @rshyr!

Comanche (USA) after passing the Fastnet rock - 2015 Rolex Fastnet Race &copy Rolex/Daniel Forster Comanche skipper Ken Read has confirmed that the supermaxi Comanche will return for the 2015 Rolex Sydney Hobart Read spoke with Adventures of a Sailor Girl's Nic Douglass and confirmed that the Jim and Kirsty Heinz-Clark supermaxi will be back to have another crack at Wild Oats XI and the other top supermaxis in this year's Hobart classic. Since being bested by Wild Oats XI in her first ever race, Comanche has a string of successes to her name, including the Trans Atlantic Race, the Rolex Fastnet Race and has set a new world record 24 hour sailing distance for a monohull.

Full article: http://www.sail-world.com/2015-Rolex-Sydney-Hobart-Race--...

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