We are good to go! Today was a simple affair - some last minute shopping for fresh stuff, a quick visit to the race office to talk about RRS 52 and then plenty of rest in prior to our departure tomorrow. Laundry was also done so as to ensure we had some clean clean clothes for our arrival at the RYS bar.

Der Auftakt zum Trans Ocean Race hielt alles parat, was ambitioniertes Segeln ausmacht. Das Seewetter war schwer vorherzusagen, da die Zugbahn des in der Nacht von Samstag auf Sonntag durchziehenden Sturmtiefs nicht feststand. Das hieß variable Winde aus möglicherweise

Last night, we had an excellent meal in the company of Sia, Michelle and Stella - they came down to visit Grey Power and we wanted to thank them for the wonderful evening we had in their company last week. In the meantime, David (Commodore of the Royal Coastal Rac

Heading to cross the atlantic, we like to introduce the team of SY Charisma, Nautor’s Swan 441.
We are a non-professional crew, in different combination we already sailed more than 25.00 nautical miles together
So here we are:

Constantin, skipper
Charisma nautical miles: >

As team Grey Power awoke on this rainy Sunday morning, we received an email from our RYS partner Zephyr making potentially libellous accusation of the tidiness of our leader's beard. Legal advisers are currently considering how to respond to their statement :

Whilst warming up for the Transatlantic 2015 Race… Phaedo3 went out to try and set a new Around Jamestown Record and they did… with a time of 56 minutes and 33 seconds. The crew onboard for the day were, Lloyd Thornburg, Brian Thompson, Sam Goodchild, Sam Bason, Warren

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