Fuente info RTE Irlanda
The Rambler 100 yacht, which capsized off the Fastnet Rock in West Cork on Monday evening, has finally been turned over.
The strickened yacht, Rambler 100 which capsized off the Fastnet Rock in West Cork on Monday evening has finally been turned over.
All day crews have been working to assess the damage caused to the multi-million euro vessel and retrieve personal items.
A number of divers have been examining the Ramble 100 yacht which is moored in Barleycove Bay, Co Cork, after capsizing on Monday.
They have been retrieving personal items and also assessing the damage to the yacht.
A decision is expected later today as to where the yacht will go from here and whether it will be overturned.
Earlier, the yacht's team van, which had been waiting for the crew to cross the finishing line in Plymouth, arrived in Baltimore with the crew's clothes.
The yachtsmen, who had been wearing borrowed clothes since they were plucked from the sea on Monday evening, are now sporting their team uniform of blue and white.
Two of the crew have already flown home via Cork Airport, another two are due to depart this afternoon.
Many others are waiting on emergency passports before they will begin to head home or to their next race.
Most of the crew are staying in accommodation at the Mariner's Cove complex, while others are staying with local families.
The Rambler 100 was taking part in the Fastnet race when it overturned after its keel cracked.
The incident happened off the Fastnet Rock on Monday night. The yacht overturned in less than 15 seconds.
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