Passage to Gothenburgh took 48hrs and the North Sea showed it´s best side with calm weather and flat seas. Rounding Lindesnes crossing Skagerack to Skagen traffic was scarse and it was possible to sleep short periods trusting Dora Macs radarsurveillance. In the area of Lindesnes I had a countercurrent of 2kts for several hours but apart from that my passage over Skagerack to Skagen was uneventful. Passing Skagen this is an area with heavy traffic since this is where shipping turn south to Kattegatt and eventually heading for the Baltic Sea.
I kept on westbound making landfall at the lighthouse of Vinga leading into the Gothenburgh archipelago. In the evening I was tied up in Öckerö already scheduled for haulout,professional survey and repair of Dora Mac at Öckerö Shipyard.