Our position is...
16 degrees 22 minutes North, 39 degrees 12 minutes West. We are going 6.5 knots under spinnaker and are on a course of 285 degrees true. The wind is 12 knots app. from apx. 040. To the North East there is a wall of dark clouds and to the west, turning the sun into a red disk as it passed under the thin space between the clouds and the horizon, there is another wall of clouds but they should not cause any problems. Save for that the sky is just about clear. It is 81.0 degrees down below. We are blasting to the Caribbean! I had quite an exhilarating watch. Nothing like being the only one up and blasting at high seven to even eight knots under spinnaker with 14-18 knots of wind on the quarter.
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