We Don’t Sign Ambassadors Lightly…

Below are the innovative thinkers who've backed us from the beginning and continue to support our mission to build a safer, easier, modern solution to sailing navigation worldwide.

Our team of ambassadors have incredible stories from their sailing adventures around the world, here we share them with you. Thank you to our ambassadors, we couldn't do it without you. #savvyambassador

 
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Oliver Cotterell

RYA Yachtmaster Instructor, race skipper and circumnavigator

Oliver Cotterell

Born and raised on a boat since the age of two Oliver Cotterell (Olly) went on to skipper the 13/14 Clipper Round The World Yacht Race on One DLL, attaining a podium 3rd after 3 months of gruelling racing in some of the worlds toughest oceans.

Olly then went on to help build and then skipper the innovative Infiniti 46R racing yacht Maverick. Equipped with unique Dynamic Stability Systems foiling technology Maverick is the first boat of its size to combine this technology and the only 46 ft yacht to utilise twin foils.

Olly just launched a new business, OC Marine, for now we can’t tell you more - stay tuned!


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Hannah Stodel

3 x World Champion, 4 x Paralympian and

Vendee Globe campaigner

Hannah Stodel

A Three time World Champion, four time Paralympian, Hannah Stodel is by all measures an impressive woman, on a mission.

From no lower right arm to World Champion in able-bodied sailing competitions, against some of the best men and women in the industry, Hannah Stodel has sure made a name for herself as a force to be reckoned with. 

Hannah is aiming to be the first ever disabled sailor to take on the Vendee Globe.

Follow Hannah’s campaign here.


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Alex Gardner

Ex-Artemis offshore Figaro sailor, British keelboat academy and small craft naval architect

Alex Gardner

After leaving school Alex became a dinghy and keelboat instructor which put him on the right track to take racing a bit more seriously.

Through both the BKA and later the Artemis Offshore Academy, racing became Alex’s full-time job.

As if that wasn’t enough he also studied for a Bachelors degree in Yacht and Power Craft Design (Small craft naval architecture) which is what he pursues full-time.

Alex if currently refitting his own boat and will be sharing updates on the adventures and challenges of taking on a new boat.