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Day’s Run – 13 April, 2016

Still making tracks to the north under sail and main engine.  As the temperature outside drops, engine room watch becomes the most popular job onboard; it’s warm down there with the machinery running!

Hayley B & John

Hayley B & John

SHIP’S WORK: Re-lead starboard fore t’gallant and royal gear, shorten chain on port fore t’gallant sheet

FROM: St George, Bermuda

TOWARDS: Lunenburg, NS, Canada

TIME ZONE: ZD+3

NOON POSITION: 41°08.8’N /062°40.9’W

DAYS RUN: 180nm

PASSAGE LOG: 570nm

DISTANCE REMAINING: 210nm

COURSE AND SPEED: East North East (CMG: 039°T) 7.7kts

WIND: Force 4, South East by South

WEATHER: 7/8 cloud cover (stratus, cumulus), air temp 60F (16°C), sea temp 58F (14°C), barometer reading 1026 millibars, visibility fair

SWELL HEIGHT & DIRECTION: approx 4 feet, SExS

SAILS SET: Squares to t’gallants (take in royals for a squall), lower staysails

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