13 March 2014

Mast Walk by Alex Thomson on Hugo Boss (video)



Mast Walk by Alex Thomson on HugoBoss (video above) - Solo round the world yachtsman Alex Thomson performs a daring feat on board his high-speed yacht, HUGO BOSS: He climbs up the 30-meter high mast of the moving vessel and dives into the ocean. This is not the first stunt we've seen from Alex - two years ago he completed the "Keel Walk", a stunt that has become famous throughout the world - watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2PQfJ...  First Published on Mar 3, 2014

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