#RugbySevens expected to bring in millions to Cape: Cape Town Tourism chief executive Enver Duminy said the Cape Town leg of the Volvo Ocean Race was expected to contribute about R500m and 35 000 bed nights to the city's economy, however, the start city of the race, Alicante, Spain, estimates the economic value of each leg to be R960m.: Google Alert – “volvo ocean race”
Cream rising at Star Sailors League Final: The Volvo Ocean Race/Louis Vuitton Cup winner was particularly pleased by how their pace downwind has improved. “During training we were getting our butts kicked but now we are holding our own. If you can get to the weather mark in good shape and hold your own downwind, you are going to sail …: Google Alert – “volvo ocean race”
The Volvo Ocean Race returns to Cape Town in 2017 and will be in the City from 24 November to 10 December. The first of Leg 2 yachts are expected to arrive on 27 November with the start of Leg 3 to Melbourne on 10 December 2017:
CLICK HERE for more news from the Volvo Ocean Race.