Halfway across, 1100 miles sailed 1100 to go.

Andy Gibb
Wed 19 Jan 2011 03:20
We are at 10:50.59N 35:18.05W and have completed half our journey from Africa to South America. We celebrated a fast passage in 7.5 days with fudge brownies. Very few sailing passages are longer than 1000 miles, and Jonny and Martin have now sailed further in one continuous trip than most other sailors. The wind is forecast to reduce over Wednesday to Friday but for now its still 20+ knots and some of the waves are massive, big hulking 4 metre waves that tower over us from as little as 5 metres away, then slide beneath us.
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