Rough Seas on the way to Bermuda

Saxon Blue's Blog
Harvey Jones and Andrea Stokes
Wed 15 Dec 2010 17:31
35:35.668N 71:14.331W Wednesday afternoon

We're well on the way to Bermuda now. The wind is strong - about 30+ knots and the sea is confused and rough. I've been feeling seasick since last night so I've been in bed since then with Kali and Bill taking turns on watch. The sea is getting warmer but we're still getting snow storms blowing though. I can see why most people leave in November!

Saw a small pod of dolphins as we left the Chesapeake, just after passing the Bridge Tunnel which is an amazing bit of engineering. Then passed a massive aircraft carrier and, soon after, heard a double sonic boom, presumably from one of its planes.

More details later when I'm feeling a bit more chipper.


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