Monthly Archives: October 2015

Still Going Back

Sunday 4th October Forecast, wind all from west today reducing in intensity and going SW and lower over today and tomorrow. Currently on para anchor going 115° (east) at close to a knot. By close of play tomorrow that will...
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Bigger And Bigger Part Two

Saturday 3rd October Well for an afternoon where the wind was due from the south at less than 6 knots, the 20 knot WNW wind is a bit of a shocker. The blow overnight has got bigger and bigger all...
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Bigger and Bigger

Saturday 3rd October Going to do another two part blog as you guys must think I’m going mad at the rate I’m heading away from Australia. Forecast – SW 6/9 reducing to SW 6 then less than 6. 07:30 Turned...
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Epic Battle (part two)

Friday 3rd October 01:00 GMT Well back on para anchor again, still going away from Australia. Rowed about 5 hours, all SE, obviously not the right direction but because the wind settled in the west/SW at 6/12 knots it left...
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Another Epic Battle Shaping Up

Friday 2nd October 12:30 GMT Forecast north less than 6 and in three hours variable less than 6, as you know by know less than 6 can mean anything. The current is supposed to be SW but I know I’m...
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Calm Again

Thursday 1st October 12:30 GMT Weather ESE/ E less than 6 knots. This means 6 to nothing from any direction. Up in the night after a big squall again, had to pull in para anchor, wind from east but current...
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Tougher and Tougher

Wednesday 30th September Forecast for today is mainly ESE/SE light, flat calm this morning and after a big squall in the night I had drifted mainly south. Problem on the horizon, Tony sent a follow up on the weather, “get...
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