Mention his name and the first thing people who know Pete Goss will say that he is a remarkable man. Self-effacing, untroubled, sociable... These are not necessarily characteristics that apply to many solo round-the-world sailors. In this first of two stories for Musto, he tells the astonishing story of the rescue of fellow competitor Raphael Dinelli during the 1996 Vendee Globe race. It's a story he's told a thousand times before, nonetheless it's guaranteed to make your spine tingle.
The film was shot by Rob Alexander (Perfect Motion), edited by Adam Lavis (Anima Mundi) and the soundtrack was composed by Nikky French. It was produced by Iestyn George (digitalGas).