Hampshire sailor Alex Thomson is 'enjoying' a second Sunday, after crossing the international date line in his quest to become the first British winner of the Vendee Globe.
He's currently in second place behind Armel Le Cleach'h, as they head toward Cape Horn.
The 42 year old from Titchfield has been filming regular video diaries, and today has been speaking about how the mind starts to play tricks when you're in appalling conditions, entirely on your own in the South Pacific:
The skipper reported to his team today that he is in fair shape, physically and mentally, but was very much looking forward to quieter weather.
“Alex is still crawling around the boat. It is impossible to move around at all. He is pretty tired as you would expect. But he seems to be OK.”
Land Rover BAR - the British challenge headed by Olympic legend Ben Ainslie - has won the America's Cup World Series in JapanRead the full story ›
Fans of all things nautical - will be heading to the Southampton Boat Show at Mayflower Park over the next ten days. Everyone from Olympic gold medallists - to weekend sailors - will be taking to the water.
The event was opened by the actress Michelle Keegan. Sally Simmonds was there.
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Sailing fans from Hampshire were in Toulon in France over the weekend to show their support for the Portsmouth-based Ben Ainslie Racing team.
The Land Rover BAR crew won the second race on Sunday, and came third overall in the weekend's events at Toulon. Sir Ben Ainslie's team still lead the America's Cup World Series event as a whole. The next leg will be in Japan in November. Sally Simmonds sent this report.
The Americas Cup World Series is taking place in Toulon this weekend. After their fantastic victory in Portsmouth in July can Sir Ben Ainslie and the crew of Land Rover BAR extend their lead? Sally Simmonds reports from the south coast of France.
The interviewees are Chris Draper, Tactician for Team Softbank Japan; and Sir Ben Ainslie, Skipper, Land Rover BAR.
It's generally believed that staging the Olympic Games can bring prestige and material benefits to the host nation - but is that the reality?
Four years ago the Olympic sailing events were held in Weymouth and the Dorset town was put firmly on the international map. But have the promises of a lasting legacy actually come true? Duncan Sleightholme has been investigating.
It was an adventure that captured the imagination of the whole world. Fifty years ago today yachtsman Sir Francis Chichester left Hampshire on his way to become the first person to sail single-handedly around the world,
To mark the occasion his fully-restored boat, Gipsy Moth 4, has been at Buckler's Hard on the Beaulieu River. Among those on board were Chichester's son and a man whose family provided stores for the yacht. This from Richard Jones.
Hundreds of sailors compete in Ramsgate's regatta, at the start of Ramsgate WeekRead the full story ›
British sailors had a successful weekend at the last major regatta before the Rio Olympics. They won five of the 13 gold medals on finals day at the World Cup event off Weymouth, and Sophie Ainsworth from Ashford in Kent was among the winning crews.