August 5, 2021

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Wendy Globe: Unprecedented mooring of dystroma in New Zealand 9 skippers in the Northern Hemisphere

Sebastian Destroy and his boat arrive safely in Christchurch, New Zealand. (© Mercy-Sebastian Dystromav)

Then He was dropped this weekend, Sebastian Testremav explained the reasons for his abandonment in a video in English.

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He briefly explained that he had a long discussion with his brother about whether or not he would continue in this Wendy Globe 2020-2021.

In his own theatrical style, Doolon Captain pointed out that he would not “I don’t want to lose my self-respect” The adventure continues.

So Testremaw withdrew from the race because he wanted to, and came to Christchurch, New Zealand. Place he settled in the restricted area of ​​the New Zealand port


Mercy arrives at an inappropriate wharf in the Christchurch commercial port. Access is restricted and Sebastian Dystromav is strictly prohibited from getting out of his boat. He must do so in the early hours of Tuesday, January 19, before getting the results of the Govt-19 test.

Great uncertainty in the Northern Hemisphere

So they are 9 to be at the deep end of the Northern Hemisphere. The elbows have been playing since it was a few days. At check-in at 8 a.m., Charlie Dolin (Abivia) takes the lead. He is 40 nautical miles ahead of second-place finisher Louis Burton (Bureau Wally II). In ninth place is Jean Le Cam (yes v Cam) with over 224 miles.


A few powders the size of a species as long as there is a Wendy Globe.

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