every day the same, every day completely different
s/y Geronimo - Atlantic Crossing Autumn 2011
World Wide Water Events B.V.
Fri 2 Dec 2011 16:07
Dear Geronimo blog readers,
Our blog might become a little boring for you: still a great 22 knots of wind from behind, still a SOG (speed over ground) of 9,5 knots, still nice very long waves (though not as high as I was expecting).
One thing that changes every day is the menu. We just finished our lunch: Toast of home baked bread, with garlic, olive oil and sea salt, thin slices of jamon iberico cut from the bone by our Chef Chris, layered with a topping of tomato, basil, sea salt green pepper and anchovis.
The other thing that has changed is the navigation screen: after 10 days of looking at a screen with just sea filling the complete screen, our screen now shows at the left side a nice vertical line of islands: Antigua, Montserrat, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent, Grenada, Trinidad & Tobago.
One more thing that has changed is that we already adapted to the Caribbean vibes and "take-it-easy-man" lifestile. No problem sir !
Still 550 Miles to go on a beautiful ocean, a wonderful sky, a great boat and a great crew.