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Sea you Episode 5: Brothers above all - The Vendée Globe 2020 webseries with Ulysse Nardin

by VendeeGlobeTV 2 May 06:00 PDT
French fans turn out to great French heroes at the finish of the Vendee Globe © Vincent Curutchet / DPPI / Vendee Globe

What makes us sail?
Navigate, explore?
The root, the seed, the why, the cause?

It's the thirst to win, the thrill remains.
We bask in light but feel the rain.

See, as People of the sea, we don't just compete, we merge, we bind beneath the breeze.

Alter egos spread their sails.
It's all or nothing, we won't fail.

Stubborn, together we'll ward of danger.
Brothers forever, we are more than sailors.

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