We have crossed the equator and are in the general area of the ITCZ. Winds
have been very light - less than 10 knots true. We are flying our asym and
have managed to maintain 4 knots most of the time. After almost a month
(since we left St. Thomas) of north winds they are now shifting to the
east. We head south west to avoid the Galapagos while continuing south to
get into the eastern trades. we have neither seen nor heard another boat in
4 days. Fair winds and following seas.
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