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11th Hour Racing Team Alaka'i dismasted

by Transat Jacques Vabre 10 Nov 2021 08:13 PST 10 November 2021
11th Hour Racing Team's two race boats set off on the Transat Jacques Vabre © Vincent Curutchet / Alea / 11th Hour Racing

At 14:02 UTC today, November 10, we were informed by Simon Fisher and Justine Mettraux onboard 11th Hour Racing Team Alaka'i that their mast had come down. Both sailors are safe and uninjured and they are working on stabilizing the situation onboard.

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