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11/07 - 22h26

Conrad Humphreys Dismasted

Around 1600hrs CET (1500 TU) this Friday afternoon English solo skipper Conrad Humphreys, who was racing in La Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe race from Saint-Malo to Guadeloupe reported that the mast of his Class 40 Cat Phones had come down. 
Humphreys, from Plymouth, Devon is safe and well. His position at the time was approximately 400 miles west of Lisbon. 
He reported that wind and sea conditions were moderate at the time and he was sailing under main and gennaker. 
Further information will be issued when it is available.
  

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