Atlantic Crossing Westbound, November 23, 2012

Noon Position:
N 23 07.514
W 024 48.359
C 245T S 3.5 Knots

We continue to be plagued by very light winds. Yesterday we did manage to get 97 NM closer to Martinique with a lot of sail changes and hand steering. Fortunately I have a crew of three so we have been able to spread the load. I am sure I would be going nuts if I was alone.

We caught a dorado for the second day in a row today. It is nice to have fresh fish. I hope that as our land bought stores of fresh food run out we will be able to continue to catch fresh fish.

Fair winds and following seas.

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