By now you will have heard the words 'Point Nemo' a fair few times. But what does it actually mean?
The Volvo Ocean Race boats are racing past an iconic point on the race course – Point Nemo, the hardest-to-reach location on planet Earth. Here are 8 facts about this mysterious location that tell you everything you need to know.
Sailing across the Southern Ocean is an extraordinary experince and naturally the sailors want the memories captured, so here is Kevin Escoffier onboard Dongfeng Race Team helping his Onboard Reporter clean the lense.
We love this blog from Dee Caffari, skipper of Turn the Tide on Plastic. "Just to let everyone know who has been hit by the Beast from the East in Europe, we have had snow too..." Read the full article here
Team SHK/Scallywag had a rude awakening in the middle of the night, watch the video below of their 3am Crash Gybe in pitch black freezing conditions
In probably one of the best 'life onboard' videos so far this leg, Dongfeng's Onboard Reporter Martin Keruzore captures the epitome of exhaustion with some great slow-motion shots below deck
Another great example of the aches and pains onboard is this picture of Trystan Seal warming up his face after being on deck onboard Team SHK/Scallywag... Brrrrrrr!
Orders from the hatch! Xabi Fernandez talking to Antonio Cuervas-Mons onbaord MAPFRE in this stunning black and white image from Ugo Fonolla
Finally, James Blake offers some incredible action shots of the Southern Ocean in this short edit. If you like what you see don't forget to share on your social channels!
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