Bill/Dolfin was net control for the 1700 UTC net on 6B, Beetle scribe. Good reception across the fleet.
Cliff/Rainbow will be net control for this afternoon’s net 0200 UTC on 6B, and continue with net control tomorrow.
riff rider 38 34’N x 144 43’W (>12 hr old tracker position)
kynntana 37 54’N x 143 41’W 105T @ 4.5k, wind 10 seas calm
rainbow 39 29’N x 140 22’W 070M @ 6.0k, wind 15 seas 4′
nightmare 40 15’N x 146 32’W 140T @ 5.0k
tiger beetle 44 12’N x 146 00’W 074T @ 5.2k, motoring wind 6 seas <1′
jacqueline 38 43’N x 148 18’W 071 @ 5.3k
dolfin 36 42’N x 146 56’W 056M @ 4.0k, motoring wind 5 smooth seas
morning star 33 53’N x 153 17’W 045T @ 4.5k, wind <10 seas smooth
madrone – no report –
owl – no report, should be leaving Hanalei today –
Kynntana, in reviewing yesterday afternoon’s position report, saw that she was relatively close to Riff Rider. Carliane put out a call on the VHF but no response. Has seen winds from N to E and is sailing, hoping to not lose to much northing as she works east. All going well on board.
Rainbow is sailing directly for the barn, looks like Cliff has found the breeze.
Nightmare has tacked and is headed east, hoping to be lifted in 90 miles. He didn’t want to get closer to the High as it is descending slightly southward.
Tiger Beetle is motoring through the High. Barograph reports 1031 and rising a tiny bit. Wind light from aft quarter, seas smooth, grey overhead. Where’s the sun? No one was too certain why the bottom of the low clouds are flat.
Dolfin had a wonderful moonrise last night in clear sky, followed shortly by Mars – looked great to see over the ocean. Dolfin was wondering why everyone says there are no squalls during the day when in fact there are tons of squalls during the day.
Morning Star reports lovely sailing, especially with the spectacular dawn and sunrise.
Owl should be departing Hanelei today, hopefully we’ll hear him on the net this afternoon.