The wind has been light since this morning. The fleet is progressing slowly but surely, at about 3 knots, towards the most western mark of the course which is Sein’s western buoy. Amongst the leaders many have decided to flirt with the Chaussée de Sein, Irina Gracheva on her prototype 800 took the southern option which seems to be paying off at the 30th hour of the course since she’s now in first position. For the séries Léo Debiesse on the Pogo3 -966-Les Alphas is now sailing in 3rd position of the fleet. This now extends over more than 20 nautical miles which means about 7 hours between the first and last skipper.
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