A good day with 11 hours rowing, pleased with the progress, but fairly exhausting and as I write can hardly keep awake!
Fog this morning, fog again tonight, but in between was a lot of sunshine and blue skies. And quite hard work…
Bright sun meant good charging, topped up all devices, made 15 l water, did a little rinsing and drying, listened to audiobook by Karin Fossum (thank you, Frode & Susanne!).
All that work makes me hungry and I have not been doing any rationing today. That included 3 freeze-dried-meals. I noticed that all those three today were left-over from the Swedes who owned the boat before me. So those meals have already made one successful Atlantic crossing!
Hardly any wild-life to be seen these days. Must be a nutrient-poor section of the ocean. It should be different when we enter the Grand Banks in a few days.
Don’t seem to have any following fish underneath, either.
Distance to Bishop’s Rocks tonight: 1998 nm! From there to Hugh Town and the finish in Isles of Scilly is only another 10 nm.
We’re soon 1/3 of the way and the forecast is good.