During a routine inspection of Merci, Skipper Sebastien Destremau discovered a large crack in the bow of the IMOCA at the bowsprit
The Franco-German Vendee skipper Isabelle Joschke has been forced to abandon the Vendée Globe.
Succcess! Pip Hare has replaced her port rudder in the depths of the South Pacific. While Yannick Bestaven, the Vendée Globe leader since Christmas Day, has been slowed in a high pressure zone
Vendee Globe sailor Pip Hare has reported that she has discovered a crack in her port rudder and will be forced to change to her spare
Yannick Bestaven has accelerated north and increased his Vendee Globe lead to over 400 nm, leaving the battle for second in his far distant wake.
With 1,300 miles to sail to Cape Horn this next week will be the toughest of British skipper from Poole in England Pip Hare’s Vendée Globe
Charlie Dalin, skipper of Apivia, rounded Cape Horn some 14 hours and 56 minutes after Vendee race leader Yannick Bestaven on Maître Coq IV
Yannick Bestaven, skipper of Maître CoQ IV, the leader of the Vendée Globe passed Cape Horn this Saturday 2 January at 13:42hrs UTC
Vendee Globe race leader Yannick Bestaven should pass Cape Horn this Saturday afternoon (2 Jan) with Charlie Dalin is expected to round about 10-12 hours later