- Published on Sunday, 26 August 2012 17:43
- Written by Carlo Caraluzzo
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Mr. Hughes will be leaving the Troon Marina on September 1, 2012, leaving his supportive wife and two daughters behind and will be keeping the yachting community posted on his website and made his feelings about the attempt known in an interview with yachting monthly. The trip has been his life-long dream and while he recognizes the challenges he has complete confidence in his vessel, a 42 foot Beneteau, and his sailing ability. Gerry says that he struggled a great deal with his deafness when he was a youth but sailing, always one of his strongest passions, gave him an escape. This pioneer has spent his live overcoming adversity and became the first deaf teacher in Scotland in 132 years after struggling to learn how to read and write until he was 15 years old.
Gerry´s main goal is to inspire the deaf community and to raise awareness that dreams are achievable regardless of what your physical challenges may be and his life is a testament to his drive. Gerry will not only be the first deaf person to circumnavigate the globe under sail but he will also be the first deaf person to sail around all five Capes during his trip.