A couple of teams have left for other training grounds. What has Areva been up to this winter?
We just launched FRA-93, so we have to do some structural testing; and we've just had the Christmas and New Year break. It's like anywhere else; you pick your days and most of the time you can get a heck of a lot done in a three-hour window on the water. The only thing you don't collect is any real weather data that has any bearing on what it will be in May or April or June. But as far as being able to go sail the boat and find 10 knots of breeze and have it be pretty steady, that's a regular occurrence. I scratch my head, our neighbors at Victory Challenge, they made a choice to expand to a two-boat program last fall, they were running parallel to us, then they got additional funding from Red Bull, which when you think about it, you get twice as many sailors but the maintenance team has to double as well. Suddenly they go from 60 or 70 people to 120 people, the logistical stuff has to be able to expand as quickly. But they chose to fly their boats to Dubai, sail for four weeks, come back from Dubai, and at that time they have a new hull that will arrive in two weeks or so. When the boats arrive it's just a hull and a deck. There's a lot of work to do once the boat hits their facility. My hats are off to those guys, because we're looking at all we have to do in the days remaining, and they're coming back from Dubai, building a new boat, and completing their training, it's very ambitious.