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IMOCA 60 vs VO65 | The Ocean Race





In case you missed it, the upcoming edition of The Ocean Race will be contested by two different courses of boat: the all-new, tremendous fast and foiling IMOCA 60s, and the a single-style and design VO65s that gave us these intensely close racing last time out.

Almost everything you have to have to know about the two courses in 2021-22.

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25 comments

  1. Qual a velocidade média desses veleiros?

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  2. Why haven't any IMOCAs used pedal grinders as opposed to hand powered? Didn't they watch the last America's Cup? Also Franck Cammas used a bike when he sailed Groupama 3 in the Route du Rhum. Legs are more powerful than arms.

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  3. Truly amazing to watch the evolution of sailing. The canting keel was a major development, then came the foiling boats, which were all multi-hulls. Now we see a foiling mono-hull being built.

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  4. Сколько узлов идёт эта яхта интересно?

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  5. cool

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  7. Amazes me as to having a micro kitchen to save weight but 100's of kilos of water rushing over and loading the boat

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  8. Interesting, keep them coming

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  9. Very interesting, just love watching the awesome performance of these vessels and of course the brave competitors! 👍⛵⛵

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  10. Its cool that the evolution of IMOCA has made the boats less physically demanding to sail. They of course require a top fitness level but the playing field is much more
    level than it used to be.
    Go girls.

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  11. 🙏

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  12. Bows always underwater..design flaw?

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  13. When you watched the last VG and the last (V)OR, seeing all of these IMOCA people in OR videos feels like watching crossovers between superhero movies.

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  14. Can these IMOCA vessels go straight downwind fast or do they need to do a broad reach downwind like the Volvos?

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  15. It's sad they're ditching the one design boats with identical sails. It made for extremely close and exciting racing. Bigger differences between boats means it's less interesting to watch. Anyone remember the absolute pointlessness of the 2010 Americas Cup?

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  16. Ça me fume leurs vieux accent français 😂

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  17. I've been a fan of the Ocean Race since it was the Whitbread, and to be honest I thought to move to one-design was a mistake. I liked the bespoke boat designs – particularly their fragility.
    I'm looking forward to the next edition more than I have in several years.

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  18. Whilst I agree the IMOCA is an exciting direction to take the race, I worry that with a significantly reduced crew, the race is losing the key element of this adventure…the human story.
    I like the idea of the boats being used for more than just the Ocean Race, but I fear that with so many other commercial commitments it’ll water down this great race (initially known as ‘The Whitbread’).
    I see a plethora of single-handers who are vying to take command of a crew for the next addition, but the burning question is: Actually how good are they at sharing their toys?
    Anyway, wishing safe and fast sailing to the the crews of the next edition!

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  19. i can't wait

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  20. I love it! We need more of these kinds of videos on youtube. Technical sailing stuff but simple enough for the average sailor to understand. I love learning about the technology and advances that are taking place on high end race boats.

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  21. Non sailor here
    I say that because I look forward to following this race every edition
    So epic in nature and the coverage is amazing with the drones and helos used in filming
    Good luck to all the sailors

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  22. I'm impatient to see the reunion of one of the greatest race around the world with the most powerfull monohull class. It will be amazing. I also hope that some talented international skippers will be interested by doing the Vendée Globe in the next editions. It's a great race too !

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  23. That was very informative. I was actually asking myself how these boats would compare. Nice!

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  24. go Matchrace 60 vs 65

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  25. Interesting 😍😍😍

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