NONSTOP SINGLE HAND ROUND THE WORLD – NEWS FROM THE SOUTH ATLANTIC
First of all sorry for my English, but I try to write some information’s. I writing to You from South Atlantic after 8300 nautic miles. All of this distance I don’t touch the tiller 🙂 Ofcourse I need to do some tack, but in all condition what we have, Pacific do the job. About conditions. I don’t have very strong wind yet. Most of all time we sail in 20-25 knots, from all direction. We have some winds 45 knots, going up to wind, and some winds between 35-40 going from stern. Yours Pacific in all this distance don’t have any uncontrolled tack on his account. It is one of the best from my crew member in my life 🙂 Only one thing what I do day by day is control all screw, and look for any lose. I do the notes about the constructions, and when I finish, I send I to You everything from my trip, about Pacific. Thanks for this smart product, and one more time thanks for your support.
Bartek on SV Perla 13.09.16 1215 UTC 33 45,5’S 008 35,5’W