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Duo team looking for a boat

PostPosted: Sun 06/01/2019 5:56 pm
by LauraC
Hi All,

Two female duo team in the hunt for a boat for the 2019 swim. We had one lined up which has unfortunately fallen through. Would be extremely greatful if anyone has or knows of any availabilities

Laura

Re: Duo team looking for a boat

PostPosted: Tue 15/01/2019 1:18 pm
by Harryleo
Turn the Tide on Plastic and Vestas 11th Hour Racing blitzed to the head of the Volvo Ocean Race fleet on Wednesday as the battle for Leg 8 glory continued due east of Rio de Janeiro.

The leading pair were the most easterly boats as the seven-strong fleet approached an oil field exclusion zone 100 miles off Rio’s coast, enabling them to continue make headway north for longer while their rivals were forced to tack.

At 0330 UTC, as the westerly boats tacked, the teams were practically neck and neck split west to east by around 12 miles.

By 1300 UTC all seven boats were back on starboard tack heading north north-east once more but Turn the Tide on Plastic’s lead had grown to 16 miles, with Vestas 11th Hour Racing less than a mile off their tail.

Re: Duo team looking for a boat

PostPosted: Thu 24/01/2019 12:46 pm
by Harryleo
The leading pair were the most easterly boats as the seven-strong fleet approached an oil field exclusion zone 100 miles off Rio’s coast, enabling them to continue make headway north for longer while their rivals were forced to tack.

At 0330 UTC, as the westerly boats tacked, the teams were practically neck and neck split west to east by around 12 miles.
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By 1300 UTC all seven boats were back on starboard tack heading north north-east once more but Turn the Tide on Plastic’s lead had grown to 16 miles, with Vestas 11th Hour Racing less than a mile off their tail.

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