Since 2014, Fabrice Amédéo, a former investigative journalist at Le Figaro, has been travelling the oceans, working with researchers, putting his boat at the service of science. This skipper is also a writer. Committed, he helps raise children’s awareness of the protection of the oceans. The sailor is preparing for the next Vendée Globe, the biggest sailing race around the world, solo, non-stop and without assistance. He will start the Transat Jacques Vabre at the end of October. Another news and not the least, from June 9 to 18, he starts the climb of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, the highest mountain in Africa of 5,895 meters. First stage: its arrival in Tanzania. He spoke with Houmi Ahamed-Mikidache a few minutes before his departure for this country in East Africa. On the podcast “Your Voice”, Fabrice Amédéo discusses his winter physical preparation at Kililmandjaro, his relationship with scientists, his journey, his passion for the oceans, his challenges and its limits.