A day off "50:46.57N 08:44.94W"

The adventures of Skipper Splodge and mack
Ian Cheek
Wed 22 Sep 2010 07:35
Well we are on our way, and into our routine. 3 hours on with 6 hours off, works well with 3 people but we have 4, so this means that every 4th day you get a day off. Well when we say a day off, it has been called the mother shift. So you have to do all the cooking, washing up, and cleaning the boat, along with all the weather gattering time, so not sure its a day off.
Richard having his day off today so he is slaving over the galley for the rest of us (we are not being to demanding).
Well the above blog should have been sent yesterday, but we have been going in the right direction but with a heavyish sea and 25 to 32 knots of wind, so the boat has been bouncing about a bit, and we are just starting to get our sea legs. last nights meal in now todays breakfast, sassages for breakfast.