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Towards Cape Verde – Day 3

November 16, 2015

We are now after 3 days more than half way towards our destination Sal, Cape Verde. The sailing has been rather slow and the second day forced us to use the engine for 18 hours. Highlight from yesterday was our first catch this year, a Bonito (member of the Tuna family). Enough for an evening meal today! Lots of dolfins, flying fish and the occasional Pilot Whale. As it looks right know we aim at arriving around Wednesday noon, meaning five days in total for the 700 nm total distance.

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  1. Birgit Ynnerman permalink

    Hi Peter and Eva! So happy to hear from you and that all is well!
    What a nice company with all the fishes to watch and also
    feeding you 🙂
    All the best and luck for the remaining distance,
    hugs from Birgit

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    • Hello/Hi Sys/Birgit!

      Thanks!!!!

      Check out our blog update later this evening. “Det Ă€r inte speciellt synd om oss” B-)

      Kramar
      Brorsan och Eva

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