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200 miles to go

December 16, 2015

PC160053.JPGYesterday evening at 2200 local time we crossed the equator in the company of a glass of Cava. South of 2 degree north we have had steady southeast trade winds, replacing the awful zone of no wind. We got a number of squalls but the wind has not exceeded 26 knots and the lightning didnt reach the sea.
We are now 220 nm from The Brasilian archipelago of Fernando de Noronha and are debating what to prioritise when we get there. Right now a swim/bath is in the lead followed by a large, cold beer and a big steak.

All the best
Peter&Eva Tinaprincess.com

From → Sailing Notes

One Comment
  1. john@bluebayou.co.uk permalink

    Well done – we are green with envy – enjoy your steak & beer! Mvh, J+E
    Sent from my BlackBerry® smartphone

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