Hugo Boss less than 300 miles from Cape Verde

Alex Thomson and Neal McDonald on the keelless Hugo Boss have an ETA of Friday morning in the Cape Verda Islands.

Hugo Boss keel removal Video

Video of Hugo Boss Keel removal after hitting an unidentified object submerged in the water in the Transat Jacques Vabre race

Hugo Boss Collision Update – Keel jettisoned

Hugo Boss Update . . . After removal of the damaged keel, the decision has been made that the safest course of action is for the skippers to sail to the Cape Verde Islands, around 800nm away

Hugo Boss out of Transat Jacques Vabre

Hugo Boss is out of the Transat Jacques Vabre after they hit something in the water. At this stage, it is not clear what they hit

Transat Jacques Vabre – Charal powering away

Charal of Jérémie Beyou and Christopher Pratt is powering away at the front of the IMOCA fleet in the Transat Jacques Vabre

Transat Jacques Vabre – The 14th Route du Café has begun!

The 14th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre, the classic offshore race, with a record 29 yachts within the IMOCA class

A look at the new Hugo Boss from AC75 builder Carrington Boats

Alex Thompson discusses the process of designing and constructing the IMOCA 60 hull of the new HUGO BOSS boat

Rollout of the new HUGO BOSS boat

Alex Thomson Racing rollout of the new HUGO BOSS boat at the Endeavour Quay boatyard in Portsmouth Harbour

Thomson finishes Route du Rhum

Alex Thomson finishes Route du Rhum after recovering from grounding on rocks during the final miles of the Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe and while leading the IMOCA class

Route du Rhum – Thomson runs aground

Alex Thomsom reported to have grounded on Guadeloupe Island. Thomson is safe, uninjured and in no danger. Structural checks are ongoing