Latest Updates From The East Road Of Verne Jules

As updated on the 26th of January, that while it has almost come up to a frigid temperature in the city of Marblehead, arrangements are well in progress for this present summer’s race. The Squadron of Royal Nova Yacht and The Yacht Club of Boston have the race which begins on July 7, 2019.

The course continues as before as the last version. The course runs marginally north of east leaving behind Marblehead and cruising past Cape Ann. As should be obvious in the course delineate, the huge tidal flows in the Gulf of Maine and Bay of Fundy framework, just as the ever-present changing climate conditions, make an exceptional strategic test for the hustling groups.

Be that as it may, after a morning of being drifted from its place in a small part, they at long last moved beyond the anticyclone and tonight, gradually, they are traveling east. Just before sunset, their first gooney bird came to make proper acquaintance, which indicates they are near the thundering forties. After a quick plummet, below gennaker down done the Atlantic and figuring out how to get past the Doldrums without such a large number of hitches looked with flimsy breezes, exchanging squalls and light climate, which made it difficult to make the correct swing to begin heading towards the Cape of Good Hope. So with a quiet night and tomorrow, with their first misery, they will be in the extraordinary south. The subsequent stage is to move to the tip of South Africa in a little more than two days

There are 32 yachts effectively enrolled. Up until this point, vessels expand in size from a Bristol and everything in the middle. The biggest division to date is ORR-1 pursued by PHR-1. Numerous yachts are as yet finishing their evaluations to figure out which partition they will be counted in.

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