He cut his teeth training in the Baie de Morlaix - a well known proving ground for offshore racers. And is about to take on his greatest challenge yet,. A non-stop, unassisted, singlehanded round the world race via the three capes. The Vende Globe. The Holy Grail for solo sailors.
The guy that’s always sharing the good vibes; whether crossing paths with someone in the street, or in the middle of nowhere, chasing water, endorphins, and incredible shots.
Jon credits the thrill of solo boat missions to being a young boy on the Ontario Lakes. That early love of water has led him around the world: ocean kayaking in Thailand, Vietnam and Canada; surfing in Europe; whitewater rafting in North and Southern America.
Born on a boat. A body of water and something to float in were never far away for Clarke. Growing up on Toronto Island, his first ‘sail’ in a plywood boat made by his father was at the age of 4. And that, as they say, is where his salt water instincts kicked in.
From the young age of 10, Emily knew exactly what she wanted to do - sail. Life in Emily’s eyes gets simpler on the water.
Annie grew up in Sonoma California and her competitive edge grew from her sibling rivalry. However, it wasn’t until she had a severe car crash that she took that same drive into fishing.
As an Idaho native, Kayla spent more time outdoors than in. Learning to fish from her parents, she caught her first American Bass at age 10 and her first Australian Bass at 25.
His passion for the outdoors led him to The Great Bear Rainforest, where he found both path and purpose.
Regardless of what makes him a pro to watch, Carl Jocumsen’s an incredibly talented angler and all around good guy.