For some sailors, making great voyages in small boats has an allure like no other. These sailors are a special breed because they live by the old adage that the sea is so big and my boat is so small…in this case really small. For Szymon Kucynski, the challenge he set for himself was to make a non-stop circumnavigation via the great southern capes in the smallest boat. He accomplished that feat when he arrived back in Plymouth, England on May 17. Read more in this article published in Sail Universe.