Brand new 11th Hour Racing Team documentary Under the Hull is now available on YouTube.
Newport, Rhode Island, USA (June 15, 2022)
Under the Hull is now available on YouTube Premiere, allowing viewers to enjoy the first showing of the feature length documentary from anywhere in the world.
Under the Hull follows the offshore sailing team as they take on the infamous French race, the Transat Jacques Vabre, lining up against the masters of the sport of offshore sailing – the French – in the build-up to the double-handed race across the Atlantic.
From the building of a brand new, state-of-the-art 60-foot foiling race boat, to the physical, mental and onboard training, the film gives unrivaled insights into the highs and lows as the four sailors, supported by an international shore team, prepared their two entries – Mālama and Alaka’i – for the race of the year.
Under the Hull is presented by 11th Hour Racing, directed and shot by Ben Bireau, with Executive Producer Kristi Wilson, and onboard footage led by Amory Ross.
About 11th Hour Racing Team
11th Hour Racing Team was formed in September 2019 and is led by American offshore sailors Charlie Enright and Mark Towill. Supported by title sponsor 11th Hour Racing, the Team’s mission is to build a high-performance ocean racing team with sustainability at the core of all operations, inspiring positive action among sailing and coastal communities, and global sports fans to create long-lasting change for ocean health. Towill and Enright have competed in the last two editions of The Ocean Race and the team is set to race in the inaugural, fully-crewed IMOCA Class of The Ocean Race 2022-23 with their next-generation race boat – Mālama. Learn more at 11thhourracingteam.org.