Heads Together and Row: Day 7
As they approach the end of their first week at sea, Heads Together and Row continue to make good progress in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge 2018.
An update from the race safety officers this afternoon says the fleet is in 'pretty good shape' on its seventh day on the water.
Sadly one of the 28 competing crews has had to withdraw from the race following technical problems.
The update for our team says: "Heads Together and Row are now 18th in the fleet. Having discussed route and conditions they are in good spirits. As well as reporting amazing night skies they have also been lucky enough to see whales."
Many other teams are reporting similar issues with adapting to life at sea as Toby mentioned yesterday, including sea sickness, minor aches and pains and power concerns.
If you're wondering what life is like aboard Trilogy, here is a recent video update we received from Alison.
As of 1600 GMT on day 7, here’s how the team are getting on:
Position: 24 degrees 25.87 N, 021 degrees 32.30 W
Speed/Direction: 2.4 knots @ 241 degrees
Distance to go: 2292.7 Nautical Miles (2638.3 Miles)
13th in Fours crews
Henley Business School is working with Heads Together and Row on a research project looking at individual and team resilience. Click here to find out more.
|Published||18 December 2018|