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.
Friday, November 23, 2012
Atlantic Crossing Westbound, November 23, 2012
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