Night time crash cam/stern cam. Brunel is on starboard with lots of spray. It looks like they broach; person [Carlo, it turns out] moves forward from the aft pedestal to free the headsail sheet. Easing headsail; sails flapping. More crew move forward. Grinding the headsail back in. Below, Peter watches the crash cam video on a tablet. Peter: "That's us broaching now." Carlo looks at the video, laughs. Peter: "Yeah. I was, uh, driving last night and probably pushing a little too hard into a squall. Wiped out at about 30, high 20s, quite lucky, because it got up to about 40 later once we got it under control... Generally it happens when the bow gets stuck in a wave at the wrong time, and you can't bear away. Lose the rudders... Done it a fair few times now, so everyone knows pretty well what to do. Not too dangerous for anyone; just a bit risky for the FR0... Have to push the boat hard. Everyone else is pushing the boat hard... Definitely prefer to go that way than the other way." Carlo: "I'm the guy on the aft pedestal, grinding for the main. We start to broach, so I go forward to the pirmary where the FR0 sheet's connected to. I dump 3 or 4 meters of sheet... It's pretty difficult, you can tell by the video that it's not that easy, there's water in your eyes, water everywhere, your orientation is a bit messed up. At the same time you don't wnat to wash off the boat as well, because at the time I wasn't that secure. [Rewatching, I think he was not, in fact, clipped in.] With the heel of the boat as well, it's quite a challenge to actually get there and do the work. But it's nice to see that. I'm actually pretty happy with it... We came out of that pretty well."Crash cam footage from the stern cam. Rob is on the helm as MAPFRE surfs in high wind on port gybe. He gets washed off the wheel (and his life vest appears to be inflated already? it certainly is afterward). They broach; Louis runs forward to ease the jib. I think I hear Sophie's voice at one point, too? But I don't see her. Presumably she's trimming the main sheet, behind the helm.Crash cam footage from the stern camera as MAPFRE rounds up to starboard in very strong winds. We see Louis run forward to ease the jib, then Blair comes forward and shelters in the weather side of the pit area. Rob (I think? by voice?) on the helm calls, "Okay! I got it!" as they start to come down, and Blair moves to the pedestal to grind the jib back in. (I think.)Crash cam footage of Scallywag surfing on starboard gybe toward the setting sun, then broaching to windward as the boat heels and the headsail flaps.They recover quickly.