Loïck Peyron: “We’ve driven the trimaran hard for 2 days. The sea we have is a bit choppy, it’s a bit stressful to see a big baby like this jump from wave to wave. We’re going along the southern edge of the Azores High, going around the Canaries by the north so as not to go through the islands. This way we avoid having the wind go down. The wind is going to drop, we’re going to lose a bit of ground in the next four hours. We’re not going straight to the target, but 90° away from it. We’re going west instead of south. It’s an investment, we’re going to have to lose some ground by going west before finding a good strength of wind after, and especially a better direction. We’re not going for the best time to the Equator.”

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