OBR Jérémie Lecaudey

Nick on deck: Another day off the top of God knows where in the moon. And it's windy. And beautiful! Home stretch, heading to Gothenburg right now. Getting back into these conditions where it's tighter angles with higher windspeeds that we know and love, dont' have memories of Falklands. Yeah, it's beautiful out. [He sounds sleep-deprived.] Tony talking in the cockpit. Islands to starboard. SiFi in the hatch: You see the headland, or? Charlie: Top of Scotland, Shetland Islands. Breeze should build as we get around the headland here, switch to a stronger sail. We think we're strong in these conditions, good tactics at the end of legs, so we'll see what happens. TJ on the helm: Never been this far north. Cold, windy, raining. Flat water. Actually quite nice sailign right now. Nice to move up the leaderboard. But we'll catch 'em. SiFi: Lovely: Might come here for my summer holidays. They do a maneuver. Charlie: Bear away, furl, then pull the 2 out. We see them do that. Folding the J0. Stacking. SiFi: Almost 4 knots of current at the moment. That's a good thing. Someone's keen to put us in the North Sea.

duration 00:03:25
leg Leg 10
people Charlie Enright, Nick Dana, Simon Fisher, Tom Johnson and Tony Mutter
published Wed, 13 Jun 2018 22:58:09 UTC
seconds 205
tags Another Day Off The Top Of God Knows Where In The Moon, Current, Discussing the competition, Falklands, Gothenburg, J0, J2, Might Come Here For My Summer Holidays, Never Been This Far North, North Sea, Quite Nice Sailing Right Now, Raining, Sail Change, Scotland, Shetland Islands, Sleep Deprivation, Stacking and Tighter Angles With Higher Windspeeds
team Vestas 11th Hour Racing
video url https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vP1hDRiLYeI