Thank you all again for following my videos and all your support! The Vendee Globe 2020 race start is getting very close, with only 5 more days to go (at the time of filming this) and we are getting to the point where e have some weather data for the start, so in this video I take my time analyzing the starting weather conditions and other factors in the (in)famous Bay of Biscay, and then making my across the entire, Round the world spanning course of the Vendee Globe 2020 race, taking an in-depth look at some of the major obstacles and systems the skipper will have to tackle in order to finish this years round the world race. We will look at weather systems, but also shipping, ice, trash etc.

I hope you will enjoy my insights and opinions (I’m not claiming to be an expert, just an interested sailor and fellow tech nerd, who likes to explore these fascinating machines. If you have any feedback or ideas for future reports, please let me know in the comments below.

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