Saturday, November 15, 2008

Ooo...Another Bite: Photos & PR

At last, photos from the start:

The fleet park up in Table Bay as the winds drops at the start of leg 2 of the Volvo Ocean Race from Cape Town, South Africa to Cochin, India
Rick Tomlinson/Volvo Ocean Race

This rainy day has made "geeking" it out over the new tracker - O.K.

Time to get on with the day's non-sailing related livelihoods...but the latest VOR Press Bit:

Under the gaze of a huge spectator fleet, and a clutch of helicopters buzzing in the sky, the 4,450 nautical mile leg two of the Volvo Ocean Race from Cape Town to Cochin in India got underway today at 1120GMT (1320 local time) in beautiful, classic Cape Town conditions.

Andreas Hanakamp, skipper of Team Russia summed up the atmosphere among the crews on the dock this morning when he said, “You can never come to this place for long enough, but let’s set the horses loose. We are here to race, so let’s race.”

Read On....

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