Day 3 - First Mahi-Mahi of the trip
Mon 16 Nov 2015 17:13
Date: Monday 16/11/15 - Time: 12:10 EDT|
Position 33:30.507N 72:56.331W
COG 157M SOG 5.5kt, Wind 300T 7 kt,
Temperatures: Air 23 C, Sea 22.7 C
Barometer: 1026.0 hPa
Last 24h Sailed Distance: 123
Last 24h Decrease Distance on rhumb line: 122 NM
Sailed distance since departure: 390 NM
Time since departure: 2d 20h 10m
Average Speed since departure: 5.47 kt
Average VMG since departure: 5.12 kt
Average VMG speed last 24h: 5.09
Intention: sail to St. Thomas
Distance to End on rhumb line: 1010 NM
ETA: Tuesday May 24, 2015
Detailed Track (50 is the maximum number of point, i.e. once the last point reaches 50, the last point always is 50):
Yesterday, just as we exit the Gulf stream, we set the lure in the water. Soon after the first Mahi-Mahi
offered himself to Blue Note.
Therefore today we will have our first lunch with Mahi-Mahi served with rice and Pinot Grigio.
The last 24 hours have been a continuous motor-sailing, since winds have been absent during the night and still very weak (5 kts)
and variable during the day.
Forecast are for winds to come from the East during the night and build by tomorrow to a comfortable 10-15 kts.
The catch of our 1st Mahi-Mahi. (We could not download the photo from Riccardo iPhone to the Windows laptop ... thank you Apple)
Motor-sailing with a calm Atlantic on a rhumb line to St. Thomas.