Sunday, July 01, 2007

Back in Trepassey

It remains, according to the locals, unseasonably cold here but we finally had a day of sunshine and great wind (14-24kts) for our sail back to Trepassey. We anchored and had another good nights rest, free from watch duty. Today our weather sources confirmed a good travel window with safe seas as of early tomorrow morning to begin our passage to Ireland. This morning was filled with our last minute preparations, which were few since we have been ready to go for days, and this afternoon we are enjoying a few leisurely hours with our books and pillows. If all goes according to plan, we (3) will depart tomorrow, July 1st at 4:30am as the sun is rising and will make our first landfall in approximately 10-14 days (provided we have good steady breezes and reasonable sea states) on the south coast of Ireland.

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