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Last Looks

Last Looks

Last Looks

We’ve been becalmed all afternoon. Not a bad thing given the last few weeks shenanigans and what’s in store these next few days.

Left to her own devices, Seaburban swung around to the West and stayed glued on the heading. My guess is she wanted one last look at the vast tracts of ocean she crossed before this last leg East in the Southern Ocean. Once past 165W we will be looking for any opening that will allow us to sprint North. That should in 10 days or so.

Looking West, I was sad to go. Looking East, I can’t  wait to get on with it. Hard to be in two places at once. When the wind picked up, there wasn’t any question whatsoever about where to go and what to leave behind. We head East as fast as the wind will carry us.

Follow my tracks in real-time:
https://bit.ly/svseaburban