19 March 2015 - Fairtransport
picture : Mike Baird
DATE:19-03 GMT:00.50 POS:21.48 N,68.30 W COG:340 SOG:6
GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES
Today again we didn´t had so much wind,
Therefore maintenance on the ship we did.
A family of humpback whales came by very close,
Swimming north at a gentle pace.
The moment the sun was saying us goodbye,
A cool breeze came to move us through the night.
The Acores is still some miles to go,
When we will arrive; I cannot know.
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