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11/11 - 07h56

Rhum Class leader Anne Caseneuve

Anne Caseneuve - ANEO (Rhum Class) - 1st in the standings at 0400hr
"We are in the trade winds. We have stayed south to get the stonger winds. Here the wind is variable. I have between 14 and 18 knots, it's going OK but a small trade wind. The boat is fine for now. 

Downwind it goes well, it shakes less. Here, the conditions are immaculate, there is 20 knots of maximum wind and sea downwind. . I have not yet ETA for Guadeloupe, next Tuesday I would like but I do not know at all. I dont have weather files for he end right now. I wont look at the finish again. I am all good."

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