Jules Verne: Improving forecast ahead

(January 12, 2021; Day 3) – Since setting sail off Ushant in the early hours of January 10 at 01h 33′ 46” UTC, Franck Cammas, Charles Caudrelier, and their four crew have been continuing their descent of the North Atlantic bound for the equator as they pursue the Jules Verne Trophy…

Having covered nearly 2,000 miles in two and a half days, at an average speed of 31.4 knots, the men of the 32m Maxi Edmond de Rothschild are nicely into the swing of things and, at the 17:00 UTC position report, had even treated themselves to a lead of 139 miles in relation to the record set by Francis Joyon…

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