At 26 years old, Alan Roura already has several world tour in nautical miles. On the water from an early age, he was eight years old when his family sailed around the world. The trip lasted eleven years. On his return to Europe, Alan - just 20 years old - takes part in his first offshore race: the 2013 Mini Transat. He took part in the Route du Rhum 2014 and the Transat Jacques Vabre 2015 in the Class40 category.
He arrived in twelfth place at the Vendée Globe 2016, aboard one of the oldest boats in the fleet and with a mini budget. Alan Roura set off on a four-year project, around a more important budget and also with new sporting, human and ideological objectives.
A technological challenge and also an opportunity for the young navigator to fit his boat with renewable energy systems in order to promote important values in sailing and his country.
2018: Route du Rhum - 7th
2018: Monaco Globe Series - 6th
2017: Transat Jacques Vabre - 9th
2016-17: Vendée Globe - 12th
2015: Transat Jacques Vabre - 10th in Class40
2015: Grand Prix Guyader - 7th
2014: Route du Rhum - Abandon in Class40
2013: Mini Transat - 11th