About half way over the Atlantic in this year's edition of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, it begins in earnest to be exciting.
The first place, as Mads Vangsø and Lasse Wullf Hansen has been sitting comfortably on virtually from the start, is now being challenged by the british boat 'Whale of a Time', which might otherwise have lain far back in the field.
the British have chosen a more southerly route than their Danish competitors, and it now seems to give off.
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the Post among tomandsbådene as the look out Sunday dinner. 'Whale of a Time' shoots at the time of 2.3 knots, while the Danish 'The Wolfpack Gym powered by Garmin's keep a speed of 2 knots. Measured on the distance travelled, is only 16 miles between the two boats: the British have rowed 1263 nautical miles, while the danes have rowed 1279 nautical miles.
The Danish participants had also considered the advantages and disadvantages of going further south, but ended up dropping the idea.
- to start with we were told that it was a good idea to go south, says Lasse Wullf Hansen.
- But as the weather has evolved, so have the benefits that are to be further to the south, evolved to largely be non-existent for a long period of time.
As seen here, and Mads, Lasse't had much wind in the back for the last few days.
- But now it is starting to help the boats, which is lower than us, a little bit more. They come faster now, because the wind in the back is a little more powerful.
Thus, there is also renewed excitement about the first place among the twin-boats, but the danes have a response ready, which should keep them in the driver's seat. the Hear what it is in the news over the article.
Through video, photos and live gennemstillinger to and from the boat you have every day the opportunity to follow the experiences and challenges, Mads Vangsø and Lasse Wulff Hansen meetings, when they are completely alone and without aids trying to cross the Atlantic ocean in a rowboat.
See also HERE, where the danes find themselves right now.
We follow them up to, during, and when - if all goes as it should - going in the goal on the journey.
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