Skipper’s note as of last night:
We are 150 miles NE of Salvador de Bahia, and should arrive there during the day tomorrow. The wind has dropped, and we are rolling about in the swell, so now keen to get to anchor or marina. Its very hot and sweaty! Looking forward to those long cold Brazilian drinks, and of course the pool at the Yacht Club! It will have taken us just over 17days and nights sailing from Capo Verde, which we think is very good – we were afraid of a week in the Doldrums!
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I LIVE IN N W DENMARK, ON THE LIMFJORD. I AM A SCOT IN EXILE UNTIL SCOTLAND GAINS ITS INDEPENDENCE FROM ENGLAND. I AM AN EMERITUS PROFESSOR, WRITER, SAILOR, AND AMATEUR MUSICIAN, GARDENER AND SOMETIMES A PRACTICAL GUY WHO SAWS OUR FIREWOOD, GROWS VEGETABLES, MAKES CIDER ETC. I HAVE A COUPLE OF LONG VOYAGES BY SAIL UNDER MY BELT, ONE A CIRCUMNAVIGATION OIF SCANDINAVIA THROUGH THE RIVERS, LAKES AND CANALS OF N W RUSSIA IN 2014. AND ONE TO BRASIL AND BACK IN 2018-19. I AM A MEMBER OF SUNDSØRE SAILING CLUB IN DENMARK AND THE CRUISING ASSOCIATION IN THE UK-
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