OBR Konrad Frost

Ben, below, says the breeze has built to 18 knots. Just peeled to the J0, and are trying to chase down the fleet. Ben: Hopefully they're in less breeze than we are now, so regain some miles back and hopefully rejoin the fleet. Slomo grinding. Libby: We're averaging 20 knots, so in theory we're gaining quite a lot. Leaders coming into the lee of Ireland, so we're gaining back. But last sched we lost another 50 miles, so we're 104 miles behind, which is quite a lot to be in less than 24 hours. Wouldn't have thought that was necessarily possible. Cockpit shots. Libby: Hopefully by the top of Scotland we'll be 20 miles behind. And then anything can happen in theory. Slomo of Alex in the pit. Libby: Have to keep doing all those things to try to gain.

duration 00:02:15
leg Leg 10
link http://www.volvooceanrace.com/en/raw/12030.html
people Alex Gough, Ben Piggott and Libby Greenhalgh
published Mon, 11 Jun 2018 14:57:50 UTC
seconds 135
tags 104 Miles Behind, Chasing The Fleet, Ireland, Sailing Fast, Scotland, Slow-mo and Wouldn't Have Thought That Was Necessarily Possible
team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag
video url https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qX0EpdKyBaU