Sun 19 Aug 2012 14:35
A wet and mostly windless night onboard CREIDNE as we make are way north, leaving BISCAY and slipping past the NW point of France and into the western approaches.  Suprisingly little traffic, Even the AIS remains silent, while the radar shows plenty of more rain to come.  Today Sunday has brought fine dry weather with a hint of sun and a slight easterly breeze to drive us along.  The Ocean leg behind the Isle of Scilly and the south coast of Ireland are now on the chart.  We should be N of the Scilly Isles by midnight making a land fall of the SE coast of Ireland by 1800 tomorrow evening,Monday.