The girls have been taking a great course over the last 24 hours, 230GPS, and 34M which in these conditions is amazing. Advice to the girls is that miles made in slow conditions are much more valuable.
The satellite image shows more grey overcast with some embedded cumulus nearby, which may mean they get some showers.
Today should see the wind back L to NW 5-8 kts, which is challenging, and is likely to effect their course to the left a bit. The winds should stay light NW until Tuesday, and by Wednesday it will be back to N/NNW 6-10, and then NNE 10-15 on Thursday, which will be much better. Beyond then, the winds look light to moderate, mostly N/NNE until the end of the week.
The following week should bring more NNE and start edging NE too.
Over the next week and a half or so, the girls should gradually be able to curve round to point at the finish (260GPS from where they are now).
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Robyne A Roveccio
Girls Who Dare you are fierce Goddesses! What an incredible feat. Your story will inspire women young and old for decades to come. Well done!
So proud for you girls.
Love Louise Louise and Elliot xx
After studying the long-term weather forecast and the navigation charts, I believe 59 days is possible ; )
Although we have raised a great deal of our funds from corporate sponsorship and generous personal donations, we still have some costs to cover and a huge target to meet raising much-needed funds for our charities.
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