OBR James Blake

Nighttime view up the main with the moon. A bird (from the silhouette it looks like a booby) perches on the head of the mainsail, then flies around near the masthead. Bianca talks about it. Henry: It's like the third bird encounter we've had. High drone shot during the day showing birds flying around them. Slomo shot of a booby (good view of it; I should check to ID it.) Lucas explains that they've just gone through the channel off New Caledonia's northwest tip. At the nav station, Brian and Nicolas talk about the passage, and about working out strategy. Brian focuses more on the next 6 hours. Dee, on the helm, says she doesn't know if having 2 navigators is a help or a hindrance. Brian jokes about them not fighting for the trackball. Dee talks about how it's good that they have a navigator looking at the strategic situation 24 hours a day, while still getting rest. Dee: So far it's worked out quite well for us. Below, Brian lies down to sleep while Nicolas continues at the nav station. High drone shot, again with birds. Nicolas talks with Annalise on deck. She wants some pineapple. Nicolas says they have some dried pineapple? Annalise: Yeah. And you're always pretty lucky if you get any. Annalise: Hopefully Akzo and Scally are in the 3-4 knots forecast up there (gesturing ahead). Nicolas talks about the wind.

duration 00:03:48
leg Leg 6
link http://www.volvooceanrace.com/en/raw/7308.html
people Annalise Murphy, Bianca Cook, Brian Thompson, Dee Caffari, Henry Bomby, Lucas Chapman and Nicolas Lunven
published Fri, 23 Feb 2018 08:45:19 UTC
seconds 228
tags Bird, Bird Perched On The Main, Booby, Discussing the competition, Drone, Food, Having Two Navigators, Mainsail, Moon, Night, Pineapple, Slow-mo and Strategy
team Turn The Tide On Plastic
video url https://volvooceanrace-2017-18.s3.amazonaws.com/videos/cropped/m113765_13-06-180223-ttt-00002_HD.mp4