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Volvo Ocean Race: Team Alvimedica are recharging their batteries

Team Alvimedica skipper Charlie Enright, of Newport, RI, holds a team debrief on the final stretch of the transatlantic training run from Lisbon, Portugal, to Newport, USA

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15. Team Alvimedica skipper Charlie Enright, of Newport, RI, holds a team debrief on the final stretch of the transatlantic training run from Lisbon, Portugal, to Newport, USA. Credit Amory Ross / TEAM ALVIMEDICA.

Skipper Charlie Enright has been reflecting on a second successful Transatlantic crossing, part of Team Alvimedica’s rigorous preparations for the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race.

The crew arrived in Southampton on July 19, and Enright has been looking back at a job well done and an excellent team-bonding experience.

“I think the trip was incredible for the dynamic. Everyone pulled together, and we are happy to have built on our momentum. Towards the end we saw some heavier air upwind conditions that we haven’t previously seen in some of our training, so it was good to get that behind us.”

Enright’s thoughts have started turning to the Round Britain and Ireland Race, which starts from Cowes, Isle of Wight on August 10. The race, which involves all the Volvo Ocean 65s and sailing legend Sir Robin Knox-Johnston sailing an IMOCA 60, will provide a stern test for Enright and his young and determined crew.

“The Round Britain race is the next step for the team. It’s a really big step because all the other Volvo Ocean Race competitors will be there. Having said that it’s not the big show quite yet, so we are still using it as training and trying to learn and hone our skills. It’s a big opportunity ahead of us and one we are excited about, and we can’t wait to get into it.”

Having recharged their batteries with almost two weeks rest, the crew will regroup in Southampton next week ahead of their next major challenge in the build-up to the Volvo Ocean Race.

By Team Alvimedica


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