The 31-year-old completed on Wednesday in a time of 87 days, 2 hours and 24 minutes, smashing Dame Ellen MacArthur’s earlier document of 94 days and four hours, set in 2001.
“However this can be a blended race and a blended sport and (it is) concerning the breadth of ocean racing collectively. There is no such thing as a feminine classification.
“At sea, I’m a sailor and I do not inform myself that the sailor in entrance is a person or a lady, I do not take into consideration that in any respect.”
‘I actually realized throughout this race’
The 24,296-mile Vendée Globe, often called the “Everest of the seas,” is a grueling, solo endeavor the place sailors battle tempestuous climate and excessive loneliness.
The 2020/21 race was the ninth version of the Vendée Globe with a document 33 skippers taking to the beginning line on November eight.
“I actually realized throughout this race, it nearly makes you wish to take the boat away, now that I’ve realized loads about it, and go and do it once more,” stated Cremer, who gave up a profession in enterprise to give attention to crusing.
“I understand that at first of the Vendée Globe, I did not know find out how to use the boat so nicely and I found ‘the beast’ because it went. It is good to be extra snug in your machine.
“The preparation time was a bit brief, I felt it the primary week, I used to be a little bit intimidated about all the pieces there was to do.”
MacArthur was fast to congratulate Cremer on her achievement, saying it was “nice to see you on the end line. It is really an distinctive lap. Effectively completed for all the pieces you could have completed!”
Regardless of having solely simply completed, Cremer appears decided to go once more now that she’s bought to grips together with her boat. “If I may set off once more all over the world instantly, I’d,” she stated.