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  1. Peter Gustafsson
    Dec 2, 2012 @ 14:12

    Fy fan. Det här är inga vanliga killar. Jean Le Cam dök ner och skar loss ett nät som hade fastnat runt kölen. Otroligt…

    Jean Le Cam had been slowed down by something since last night and he asked himself many questions on his boat’s settings throughout the night. In the morning, he looked under his hull and realised a fishing net was stuck in the bottom part of is keel. After three failed attempts to get rid of the net, the SynerCiel skipper eventually decided to dive under his boat for thirty minutes at 11 this morning. He stopped the boat, put on his scuba diving equipment and took his knife with him. Everythig went well and SynerCiel is now back in the race.


    • Anders
      Dec 3, 2012 @ 11:43



  2. Peter Gustafsson
    Dec 3, 2012 @ 10:34

    Efter 22 dagar skiljer det 30 minuter mellan 1:an och 3:an. Jämt!


    • Gerhard
      Dec 3, 2012 @ 10:40



    • Peter
      Dec 3, 2012 @ 10:41

      det kallar jag homogen fleet (åtminstone topp)…


      • Pelle P
        Dec 3, 2012 @ 13:37

        Han börjar bli riktigt humoristisk, den där skepparn! Undrar om värmaren också var ett skämt?:) jag bettade på B Stamm och det håller jag fast vid men Schakalen blir svår!


  3. Peter Gustafsson
    Dec 3, 2012 @ 20:48

    The Jackal, Armel Le Cléac’h (Banque Populaire) is the new race record holder for the fastest Open 60 from Les Sables d’Olonne to the Cape of Good Hope, clocking a time of 22 days 23 hours 48 minutes and managing to knock an astounding 24 hours 2 hours and 22 minutes off the record set by Vincent Riou in the 2004 edition of the Vendée Globe.


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