From Miranda Merron this morning

There is a lot of night-time in this race, especially the first part. Darkness can be useful – for example going rock-hopping in places we wouldn’t dream of going in daylight. Or not being able to see the size of waves. The latter was the case when we left Roscoff in the early hours of yesterday morning. After a mainly sleepless night due to the wind howling around the masts in the marina, we got the sails up in the fairly restricted area in front of the harbour, and set off at our allotted time. The sea state was horrible, but not visible, which was a good thing.


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