Yacht Club De Monaco Hosting Monaco Globe Series

Today we are in Monaco for a special event host at the Yacht Club De Monaco, the Monaco Globe Series.

It is the first stage of the Globe Series, the IMOCA Ocean Masters World Championship.

It is a qualifying event for the Vendée Globe solo sailor around the world series.

 

If you would like to know how we cook an Irish breakfast in France, you can find my recipe here:

An Irish Breakfast in France

A proper Irish breakfast

TRANSCRIPT

Ah, I thought the Grand Prix was over.

I hope you enjoyed the ride, the Monaco Grand Prix just finished last weekend, the barricades and the spectator sitting have not been removed yet, so I thought it would be fun to share with you the thrill of driving into the Grand Prix circuit.

But we are here for a different type of race.

Today we are in Monaco for a special event host at the Monaco Yacht Club, the Monaco Globe Series.

It is the first stage of the Globe Series, the IMOCA Ocean Masters World Championship.

It is a qualifying event for the Vendée Globe solo sailor around the world series.

Pince Albert and the Yacht Club have organized an Irish breakfast in honor of Enda O’Coineen, who competed in the last Vendée Globe and he is now supporting female Irish sailor Joan Mulloy.

Joan is teamed with solo sailor Thomas Ruyant in command of the Kilcullen Team Ireland.

9 sailing ships will be racing across the Strait of Bonifacio, between Corsica and Sardegna, the Aeolie island in Sicily and the Balearis in Catalonia.

So why am I here supporting Ireland?

My husband is Irish.

As was Grace Kelly's father, and Prince Albert is very attached to his Irish hereditage.

He will be joing us shortly to welcome all the sailor and enjoy a full Irish breakfast in this event organized by Tracy Rohan.

So the drinks are poured

and the buffet table is set

They start to serve the buffet and first on the line is the Irish team as they need to prepare the boat to sail right after breakfast.

When Prince Albert arrives, Edna has a surprice for him.

When he sailed solo around the world, he had two bottles of Irish wiskey with him.

He is giving one to Prince Albert, to keep in the Castel seller, and the otherone will put on auction to raise money for charity.

And he even had an Irish song specially made for the event.

We leave Prince Albert enjoying his Irish breakfast in peace and as the time to set sails approaches, the Press team gets busy on the social medias.

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