OBR Konrad Frost
description

Twilight shots of Scallywag sailing on a close reach on port. Spray. Parko, calling from the cabin about the latest sched: "Turn the Tide: 3.7 miles." Voice in the cockpit: "Where?" Luke: "At 155." Maybe the 2017-11-16 1300 sched? If so that's not twilight as much as a dark cloud cover. Witty, on the helm, talks about the competition with TTToP, the clouds. Shot of TTToP to port. Ben talks about TTToP, about how seeing them has kept the crew's energy going. Drone shot overtaking Scallywag at an altitude of about 90 feet. Appears to be under J0 and J3? Steve, at the nav station, talks to Witty in his bunk: Steve: "Honestly, with the FR0 I think we'd be dog-slow as well. I don't know that... I just think they're a bit quicker." Witty, from his bunk: "Guess I'll get up and see what I can see." Jules: "Parko wanted to have a chat." Drone shot at altidude of 30 feet as Scallywag appraoches and passes underneath. Parko talks with Witty that he thinks TTToP is faster because they have more people/gear/stack, hence more righting moment. Witty points out that they're gaining on everyone else as well. Witty: "This is their time to shine and our time to hang on." He and Parko joke about how he sounded quite sensible. High drone shot looking down on Scallywag. Parko: "That's a keeper, that one."

duration 00:02:59
leg Leg 2
link http://www.volvooceanrace.com/en/raw/2481.html
other boat Turn The Tide On Plastic
people David Witt, Luke Parkinson and Steve Hayles
published Thu, 16 Nov 2017 14:47:22 UTC
seconds 179
tags Crew Configuration, Discussing the competition, Drone, Educating Witty, Other Boat, Righting Moment, Sched and Washing Machine
team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag
video url https://volvooceanrace-2017-18.s3.amazonaws.com/videos/cropped/m106879_13-02-171116-shk-00001_HD.mp4