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"It's always the same, I don't like starts, so I can't wait until tomorrow morning. I can't wait to get going and having Armel on board is of course reassuring. I still have a giant safety net with me!
"The weather is interesting, because it's open but with a big reaching angle at the exit from the depression, it will not be easy compared to the foilers. By the start, which is only in 4 hours, the weather will be alright. By tomorrow morning we'll really have to decide whether we're more or less heading along the Spanish coast. Armel knows the boat three times better than me, so that will help making the right strategic decisions. When I don't understand something, I ask him. I don't really know how tought this race is going to be, because I've never sailed for more than 48 hours in a row on the boat. But I know that on a transat, there are sometimes long stretches where the wind is can really blow. When it's hard you have to remember that it would always be harder alone. I'll find that out on the return that I'm doing alone."