Vendee Globe – Ruyant plays a risky game

Yannick Bestaven is leading the Vendee fleet through a transition zone of lighter winds this Friday morning just to the south of Macquarie island as the Pacific lives up to its name

Vendee Globe – LinkedOut taking on water

Wednesday evening, Vendee Globe sailor Thomas Ruyant on LinkedOut reported his boat had taken water in the bow compartment.

Ruyant and Bestaven lead Vendee Globe to Pacific

Racing in 25 knots of wind at 53 degrees south Thomas Ruyant and Yannick Bestaven, the top two Vendée Globe skippers are less than ten miles apart.

Ruyant on LinkedOut is new Vendee Globe leader

Thomas Ruyant on LinkedOut is the new leader of the Vendee Globe this morning after Charlie Dalin on APIVIA suffered damage to his port foil system

Vendee Globe – Foil damage to 2nd placed LinkedOut

Second placed Thomas Ruyant has sustained damage to the port foil of his IMOCA LinkedOut on day 18 of the Vendee Globe race

Thomas Ruyant takes lead of Vendée Globe

Thomas Ruyant on LinkedOut has taken the lead at the head of the 32 boat Vendée Globe fleet on the early morning rankings Saturday

Ruyant challenges Thomson for Vendee Globe lead

This Friday morning Alex Thomson on HUGO BOSS retains a margin of just a handful of miles in teh Vendee Globe race

Vendée-Arctique – Thomas Ruyant on LinkedOut leads round UNESCO

Thomas Ruyant on LinkedOut led round the northern waypoint ‘UNESCO’ on the Polar Circle in moderate wind conditions on day 5 of the Vendee-Arctique