Approximately 140 miles to go before we reach La Coruna. We have had a good
day/night sail, everyone is getting used to the sea and the daily life, in a
way its a pity we on our last 24 as we just settling in. Today Callum, Lotte
and myself saw 2 pilot whales, only for a few minutes and later we had a 20
minute dolphin show with about 30 cast members. The whooping from all the
kids, me included was great to hear. Dolphins really know how to make your
The seas are still quite large, 4-5m and the winds holding NW. At the moment
we only doing about 6-7kts which is consistent at this time of night. This
means probably our chance of arrival before dusk is slight. Looks more like
midnight unless we get some good winds in the morning. I need to check all
the info on the port to see if I'm comfortable with a night entry, if not we
will need to slow the boat down and make a dawn on the 16th entry.
Thanks Jo (lottes mum) Jo my work colleague and Duncan for your emails. We
will try send individual emails when we get a chance.
Everyone is well rested as the watches are short and the boat motion
conducive to sleep.
Will update when we know what time we land.
All our love TVCJ and AL