Henry, on the weather rail, talks about the first few hours of the race. He sounds a little seasick. Aft of Sam, Frederico shakes the water off his head with the sunset behind him, talks about how nervous he was this morning. So dangerous, so many obstacles, low pressure, Cape Horn. Now he's more relaxed; they've started. But it's pretty epic. Liz, on the helm: If you want to do the VOR, this is the leg you think of first. Every offshore sailor's dream. Brian: He's done two legs with this crew, and he's seen how much they've approved. They're not newbies down there. Their learning curve has gone up really high. Have enough experience and common sense now to deal with the south. Talks about easing into it; 25 knots upwind now, and when they get to the Southern Ocean won't be blowing dogs off chains straightaway.Henry, on the weather rail, talks about the first few hours of the race. He sounds a little seasick. Aft of Sam, Frederico shakes the water off his head with the sunset behind him, talks about how nervous he was this morning. So dangerous, so many obstacles, low pressure, Cape Horn. Now he's more relaxed; they've started. But it's pretty epic. Liz, on the helm: If you want to do the VOR, this is the leg you think of first. Every offshore sailor's dream. Brian: He's done two legs with this crew, and he's seen how much they've approved. They're not newbies down there. Their learning curve has gone up really high. Have enough experience and common sense now to deal with the south. Talks about easing into it; 25 knots upwind now, and when they get to the Southern Ocean won't be blowing dogs off chains straightaway.Nina works in the cockpit, talks to Kyle. Stacks below, and then on deck, with Abby. In her bunk, talks about how it was her first night at sea in a long time. A long night and got seasick. Never got seasick before in her life. Hopefully will be good now. Shot of Kyle taking off his foulies below. Land in the dusk with a lighthouse flashing. Then an island behind them in the morning. Bouwe: Thinks they're going nicely, but no one wants to make big moves right now. Talks about East Cape. Sailing in toward land with reefed main and J2. Bouwe talks in Dutch.Nina works in the cockpit, talks to Kyle. Stacks below, and then on deck, with Abby. In her bunk, talks about how it was her first night at sea in a long time. A long night and got seasick. Never got seasick before in her life. Hopefully will be good now. Shot of Kyle taking off his foulies below. Land in the dusk with a lighthouse flashing. Then an island behind them in the morning. Bouwe: Thinks they're going nicely, but no one wants to make big moves right now. Talks about East Cape. Sailing in toward land with reefed main and J2. Bouwe talks in Dutch.Low-angle wake shot as Vestas surfs. Jena holds the mainsheet. Charlie hangs onto the backstay, looking a little green. Charlie: "I am... okay. Okay. Still recovering from a bad case of the Tagus River. But now we're going. I think we've got the right sail up, there's plenty of wind. Next position report will be pretty key. Waiting on that, we'll pick the right side of Madeira, and away we go." Jena: "Right now I feel good. Last night I didn't feel so good. It's been a while since I've been with the guys in these big waves, so I was pretty sick. But I right now I feel awesome. Nice breeze and big waves; this is what it's all about." She talks about the competition. Jena: "MAPFRE and the Dongers are little bit to windward of us and a little bit forward." Shot forward as Vestas sails under A3 on port gybe and MAPFRE crosses them on starboard. From the tracker, this is the cross that happened around 11:00 UTC on November 6. Tom: "We're doing quite well... It's good to see another boat, good to be close to the red boats." Washing machine, wake shot.