8 June 2016 - Fairtransport
DATE:06-06 GMT:21.45 POS:16.36 N,33.46 W COG:270 SOG:7 kn
The rhythm of the ocean.
The steady trade wind and the constant swell.
Run the watches, steer the boat, wash the deck, do the dishes, clean the galley,
Bring out the fishing line in the morning and take her in at sunset.
Maintenance on the boat during the day, conversation about life in the night.
A colorful togetherness surrounded by bleu.
And so the days pass by…
Tres Hombres on her way to the West-Indies.
GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES
WIND DIR & SPD:ENE 3/4 Bf
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