It is a relatively straightforward exercise.
you will find my own search for a buddy elsewhere on this forum for a similar exercise
HMCOastguard seemed happy with my support team of two RIBS and a 60ft mothership
75 miles is do-able
Issue was that Guinness won't recognise it as a course for record purposes, so Rob Ward (fellow forum-ite) and myself are doing a different route now
Other than that, good luck!!!
When are you thinking of???
THere are also
The current record (current as at the date of this letter) is:
Three surfers from Flexifoil International (a kite manufacturer) crossed the English Channel using kite surfers, custom made boards with 4.9 mÂ² (52.7 ftÂ²); traction kites. Chris Calthrop, Jason Furness and Andy Preston (all UK) crossed the 42.9 km (23.2 nautical miles) distance from Hythe, UK to Wissant, France on 17 September 1999, in a time of 2 hr 30 min (2 members) and 3 hr respectively (1 member).