With constant lead changes on this leg, it's Team Brunel who are first to escape from a mild Doldrums crossing and now leading the fleet in reaching conditions towards Newport, Rhode Island. Read the latest update from our editorial team here.
From one Dutch team to another... In this emotional video from Brian Carlin onboard team AkzoNobel, the sailors are wondering why they haven't seen as much wildlife as in previous races. Can any biologists out there enlighten them?
In today's Daily Live Join Niall Myant-Best and Conrad Colman for all the latest on the race track as the teams cross the Equator. Today's show includes some amazing underwater footage from team AkzoNobel and an update on the strategic options left for the boats at the back of the fleet.
Another great insight into living conditions onboard from Dongfeng's Onboard Reporter Jeremie Lecaudey in this tweet from the red boat.
In this stunning image from James Blake onboard Turn the Tide on Plastic, Francesca Clapcich keeps a close eye on the competition, no doubt wondering if this will be the leg her team finally make the podium.
Nothing beats a good drone shot! Check out this amazing selection of photographs from the skies.
As the weather heats up it makes a nice change for the sailors, however it's DIY time onboard Sun Hung Kai / Scallywag who have broken their fresh water maker. In the words of Trystan Seal 'it's not just about sailing'.
This video also includes a rather honest interview from Alex Gough about how the team are dealing with being in last place.