Parte del 12/03/2015

El Cheminees Poujoulat está navegando con alisios moderados del NE que aumentarán con ángulos más abiertos permitiéndole un rumbo norte más directo.
Como era de esperar, el Neutrogena y el GAES Centros Auditivos están cobrando impulso a medida ganan norte y que los alisios rolan y arrecian. Las calmas ecuatoriales están justo al sur del ecuador, por lo que ambos están todavía a unos días de entrar en el hemisferio norte.
El We Are Water y el One Planet, One Ocean & Pharmaton siguen navegando hacia el NE con vientos del SW que van aflojando. Tendrán que cruzar por una zona de vientos ligeros en los próximos dos días para empezar a hacer su camino hacia el norte, hacia los vientos alisios una vez sobrepasados los 30ºS
El Renault Captur tiene vientos mucho más ligeros asociados a una débil alta presión al noroeste de las Islas Malvinas. Los vientos del N y NE se incrementarán hoy mientras el anticiclón se mueve rápidamente al este de las Malvinas.
El Spirit of Hungary se encuentra todavía cons fuertes vientos del W / SW, pero las condiciones se han aligerado desde ayer.

Meteo MAR. 12, 2015 06:09

*** SYNOPSIS ***
00Z THURSDAY (12-MAR-2015):
1)    High pressure (1020mb) near 43S/113W, with a ridge extending to the
southwest near 51S/136W.
2)    A deep low pressure (956mb) near 62S/90W embedded within a broad
trough along 90W. A broad flow of strong SW winds west of the trough
axis to 110W. NW/N flow extends east of the trough to Cape Horn, with
some storm force winds along the coast off Punta Arena.
3)    Weak high pressure (1014mb) will be near the Falkland Islands, with a
ridge extending northeast to another high (1018mb) near 40S/42W.
4)    Low pressure (979mnb) near South Georgia Island with a fresh SW flow
between this low and high pressure to the north.
5)    Light winds under high pressure along 40S.
6)    A low pressure (1003mb) off the Brazilian coast near 30S/45W.
7)    High pressure (1025mb) near 37S/15W. between the low pressure and high,
Níly winds north of 38S.
8)    North of 30N, winds veer N/NE to E at 20S, with moderate trade winds
extending to the doldrums at the Equator.
9)    North of the Equator, solid NE trade winds moderate in strength all
the way to the Cape Verde Islands.
00Z Friday (13-MAR-2015):
1)    High pressure (1026mb) near 39S/103W.
2)    Low pressure (977mb) near 65S/125W and another (960mb) near 67S/80W.
3)    A fresh SWíly holds between the high pressure to the north and low
pressures to the south from 120W to the Chilean coast.
4)    High pressure (1021mb) near 52S/44W. Fresh N winds west of the high to
Cape Horn.
5)    A stationary front lies southeast off the Brazilian coast from 28W/48S
to 35S/35W to 41S/22W then on southeast as  cold front. There will be
multiple waves of low pressure moving southeast along the frontal
boundary. South of the front, SE winds, North of the front NW winds
around the western periphery of the South Atlantic high which will be
east of 30S/00W. A ridge will extend northwest of the high to Vila
Velha on the Brazilian coast.
6)    North of the ridge axis, winds veer NE/E to the trade wind direction.
7)    The Doldrums will be around 01S to 01N, but do not look particularly
wide or light. A quick transition to NE trade winds north of 01N.
8)    The trades are moderate north of the doldrums before becoming fresh
north and west of the Cape Verde Islands.
00Z Saturday (14-MAR-2015)
1)    Low pressure will hold south of about 59S in the Pacific. Broad Wíly
flow between 58S and 46S into the Chilean coast. This flow will extend
across Cape Horn and the Falkland Islands.
2)    A front will extend north to south from about BA to 52S/50W with NW/N
winds east of the front and SW/W winds west of the front.
3)    High pressure (1026mb) near 50S/30W.
4)    A stationary front will lie west to east along 31S off the Brazil
coast. NW/W winds north of the front to 26S
5)    The Sub-tropical ridge will move to 25S, with a 3-4 deg wide band of
light and variable conditions.
6)    E/SE trade winds north of the ridge.
7)    The doldrums may be shifting north from 00N to 02N. NE trade winds may
be weakening north of the doldrums, but should be moderate north of
07N.
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General Forecast along race route
*** THURSDAY (12-MAR-2015) ***
* 49S to 54S and 110W to 100W *
WIND: SW tending W 25-35 easing 15-25.
SEAS: 6-9m subsiding 4-6m
WEATHER: Cloudy with squalls easing to showers. Chance of rain arriving
from the west later in the period.
* 49S to 54S and 100W to 090W *
WIND: SW 30-40 gusting 45-50 easing 25-35/
SEAS: 7-11m
WEATHER: Cloudy with frequent squalls likely.
>>>>>
* 50S to 55S and 65W to 55W *
WIND: N 25-35 at 65W decreasing to 15-20 at 55W.
SEAS: 2-4m
WEATHER: Partly cloudy, with a chance of showers developing, especially
near 65W.
* 45S to 50S and 65W to 55W
WIND: West of 60W, N/NW 15-20, lighter near 45S. East of 60W, NE/E 15-20.
SEAS: 2-4m
WEATHER: Partly cloudy.
>>>
* 40S to 45S and 40W to 30W
WIND: S/SW 15-20 at 45S tending Variable near 40S.
SEAS: 1-3M
WEATHER: Showers near 45S, otherwise partly cloudy.
* 35S to 40S and 40W to 30W
WIND: South of 32S, E 10-20, except 30 near 33S. North of 32S, NW 15-25
gusting 30
SEAS: 2-4m
WEATHER: Cloudy with rain and a few squalls likely
>>>>>
* 15S to 20S and 35W to 25W *
WIND: NE/E 10-15
SEAS: 1-3m.
* 10S to 15S and 35W to 25W *
WIND: E 12-17
SEAS: 2-3m.
WEATHER: Partly cloudy with showers likely.
>>>>>
* 03N to 10N and 30W to 25W *
WIND: NE 5-10 near 03N increasing to 10-15 north of 05N.
SEAS: 1-2m.
WEATHER: Partly cloudy with scattered showers.
* 10N to 15N and 35W to 25W *
WIND: NE 15-20.
SEAS: 2-3m.
WEATHER: Partly cloudy with scattered showers.