‘Allein zwischen Himmel und Meer’,  the co-written book of Boris Herrmann and German writer Andreas Wolfers is finally out!

Boris Herrmann talks for the first time in detail about his participation in the Vendée Globe, the struggle with nature and the struggle with himself.

He was the first German to compete in the Vendée Globe, the most famous and toughest regatta in the world. After a fantastic race, he took fifth place with his yacht Seaexplorer. In this book he describes in detail his experiences and emotions, the ups and downs during the 80 days alone at sea. He tells of the most beautiful and dangerous moments, of the enormous mental challenges. He describes the oceans he has crossed, most of the time further away from the mainland than the astronauts on the ISS. And he explains why protecting the oceans is so important: this book is not only for sailors!

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