After 3 weeks of storms, where is the wind when you need it?

So, our intrepid adventurer and her crew mates sail ever eastward. They crossed the internation dateline and enjoyed June 23 2012 twice (see the post http://www.algalita.org/blog/?p=3409) but now have entered an area where there is little wind. The very sparse messages from Tracey indicate that they have left the worst of the weather behiond them and have entered an area of sun, calmer seas but little wind. They are roughly 1,000 nautical miles from Maui. Current estimate is that they will arrive in Maui on the 5th July, about a week behind schedule.  Latest track below.

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One response to “After 3 weeks of storms, where is the wind when you need it?

  1. Hi Tracey!
    Hope you and the crew are all well. Please tell everyone that I said ” Ahoy!” I’ve been keeping up with the blogs and hope all of that horrible weather is behind you guys. You’re all awesome for braving through it all and have my utmost respect and appreciation for what you are doing. Looking forward to hearing about your expedition adventures!
    Cheers to all,
    Michelle

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