That would probably be enough for most average humans. But Jeanne has a kind of Moitessier-esque love of being at sea (did I mention that she has also raced the Singlehanded Transpac?). She took delivery on a new Nereida last year, and sailed it from the Canaries to Victoria, British Columbia (via the Cape of Good Hope and Australia). And last month she set off again, this time planning to go non-stop, solo, and via Cape Horn and the Great Capes. Now, I don't want to go all Jessica Watson, Abby Sunderland here. But Jeanne is in her late 60s. If she makes it, would that be a record for the oldest woman to circumnavigate non-stop and solo? Jeanne is too humble and old-school (she used to be a math teacher) to get into that. So I'm just asking.