Saturday, June 8, 2013

North Atlantic passage day 23

Dolphins came by twice more yesterday evening, will full show with jumps, synchronous swimming etc.
Night was a bit bumpy, still we got some sleep. It was probably the coldest night on the passage. Please remind me - why did we leave Caribbean again? The big cargo ship crossed path with us in late evening, they came 1,5 miles close to us.
Morning was grey, but good for fishing. Tomaz caught another tuna. I have to get creative with tuna recipes. We ate tuna yesterday, today we ate it with lemon, garlic, onion and olive oil and boiled potatoes. And in the fridge there is still the one we caught today.
By noon sky cleared up, and it stayed mostly sunny during the afternoon. We saw three more ships around us.
In 92 hours we made 675 miles, we still have 317 miles to go to Gibraltar. Our position is 36° 47' N and 11° 51' W.

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