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Prince Carl Philip is a patron of the Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15, and had sailed the previous day with Swedish-backed entry Team SCA during the in-port race. On Sunday he boarded Chinese – French challenger Dongfeng Race Team to take part in the Pro-Am event – and took the opportunity to grab a once in a lifetime shot with a GoPro camera.
After climbing the mast in a safety harness, Prince Carl Philip wrote a message for the Volvo Ocean Race sailors at the top. When asked what the message was, the prince was refused to divulge the secret. One of his aides would only say "You'll have to find out – it's a message only for the brave," he laughed. "You have to get up there to read it for yourself."
The Prince was in the company of Swedish compatriot Martin Strömberg, the only Swedish sailor competing in the Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 who is part of Dongfeng's sailing team.
Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland (Carl Philip Edmund Bertil; born 13 May 1979), is the only son and the second of three children of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden. As of 2014, Prince Carl Philip is third in the line of succession, after his older sister, Crown Princess Victoria, and his niece and goddaughter Princess Estelle. His godparents are Prince Bertil, Duke of Halland, Prince Leopold of Bavaria, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, and Princess Birgitta of Sweden. Carl Philip also enjoys car racing, a passion he inherited from his great-uncle and godfather, Prince Bertil, and has a licence to compete. Prince Carl Philip has taken part in the racing series Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia in a Porsche 911 GT3. In 2013 and 2014 he races in the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship.
The Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15's first leg starts in one week on October 11th when the boats will leave on the first leg of the race taking them to Cape Town. It will visit nine other ports before concluding in Gothenburg on June 27th, 2015. The race will again begin in Alicante before heading to Cape Town in South Africa. The Volvo Ocean Race will also stop in Auckland, Abu Dhabi, Lisbon, Itajaí Sanya, Lorient and Newport, Rhode Island before ending in Gothenburg.
The Volvo One-Design (unofficially, the Volvo 65) is the successor to the Volvo Open 70 yacht used in past editions of the Volvo Ocean Race. It was announced at a conference in Lorient, France during a stopover in the 2011–12 Volvo Ocean Race. It has officially been announced that the yacht will be used in at least two future editions of the race (2014–2015 and 2017–2018 editions, respectively), marking the first time in its history that the Volvo Ocean Race will become a one-design event.
The 2014–15 Volvo Ocean Race will be the 12th edition of the round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race. For the first time, the race will be a one-design. The Volvo One-Design was designed by Farr Yacht Design in response to concerns about safety and cost. The Volvo Ocean Race will ensure a minimum of eight boats are built. The aim is to reduce participation cost to around 15 million euros per entry.
Defending champions, Groupama, have announced they will not compete again.
Team SCA will field an all female crew. The rules allow all female crews to field three extra crew members. The entry is skippered by British yachtswoman Samantha Davies.
Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing return and will again be skippered by Ian Walker.
Team Brunel of the Netherlands have announced they will be entering the competition with seven-time participant Bouwe Bekking as skipper.
Dongfeng of China is a half-Chinese amateur, half-International professional squad skippered by Charles Caudrelier.
Team Alvimedica is the American entry in the race. The Turkish sponsored yacht is skippered by Charlie Enright.
MAPFRE will be the home team to begin the race. The Spanish entry is skippered by Iker Martinez.
The final boat, Team Vestas Wind, is sponsored by wind energy leader Vestas. The Danish registered squad is skippered by Australian Olympian Chris Nicholson.
The point standings will be done via low points. The winner of each leg/in-port race will receive 1 point, runner up will receive 2 points, and so on down to the final finisher who will receive 7 points. The organizers also removed the weighting of the open water legs which was deemed to significantly reduce the importance of the in-port regattas.