Virgin Atlantic Challenger II

The Blue Ribband and the Hales trophy attempt

See below for Details on Virgin Atlantic Challenger II

Click on the image below to see more detail.

Detail from Virgin Atlantic Challenger II

 

The fastest Atlantic crossing record was broken by Richard Branson and his Virgin team from the Ambrose light, New York to the Wolf Rock lighthouse, Isles of Scilly run.

In the year 1933, Geoffrey Hales commissioned and donated a trophy.
This trophy was denied to Richard Branson and his Virgin Atlantic Challenge 2 team.

Copyright:

This picture may be copied for educational purposes, please give a credit and where possible a link, thank you.

If in doubt the easy way is to "contact us" first for guidance.

This painting must not be used for commercial purposes until you have the appropriate permission.

 

For more see Useful facts + excellent stories about Virgin Atlantic Challenger II.

 

By Gordon Frickers 610 x 914mm (24″ x 36″), oils on board, Original Sold to Sir Richard Branson


 

Contact Us

Contact us to purchase originals or request a print or request information about the original.

 

Register

Register for appropriate, occasional updates about this site and your preferred topics.
You can stay in touch with art.
We value your visit.

 

Prints

Virgin Atlantic Challenger II is available as a fabulous print from our Print Gallery.

 

To purchase an original or to request a print or information about the original please use this form:

Your Name (required)

Your Address

Your Email (required)

Your Telephone

Subject

Select all that apply:

 I want to purchase a painting like Virgin Atlantic Challenger II
 I want to purchase a print of Virgin Atlantic Challenger II
 I want to know more about Virgin Atlantic Challenger II
 Please keep me updated about your art and this website

Your Message

Input this code: captcha

Member of British Marine Federation
Member of The Marine Trades Association
Member of Superyacht UK