> being in the Labrador current the water temperature drop down to 10 degrees Celsius, the nights become quite fresh;
> the crew is now in their daily routine and watch system.
> After a early start that cost us nearly ½ an hour we try to come back in contact with our competitors;
> we had nice sunny days and in the morning of day 2 a big group of dolphin came with us; east of the wale breeding zone we could see a group of them only 2 boats length on starboard, it was really impressive to see those giants in their habitat, nobody should be allowed to hunt them!!
> Our watch system, with 3 crew members 4 hours during daytime and three during the night works perfectly,
> dry food, coffee, German black bread with salami and Italian cheese brings us the power especially during the nights to speed the boat as much as possible; nature, sun, wind and a night sky full of stars let us forget the need of gourmet food or warm showers....
> During day 2 and three two main sail buttons broke and we where not able to replace them without getting the main down, another hour was lost but now we have even a carbon repair crew on board, Marvin Christian and Christian did there first laminating and it looks quite good;
> everybody makes a great job and nobody want to by anywhere else on earth in the moment;
> we are pointing to point alpha, 335 miles to go and then across...
> Christian Magunna, Navigator Scho Ka Kola