We had a quiet night last night and took advantage of light winds this morning to do a bit of housekeeping. Matt organized his toolboxes and I tried (unsuccessfully) to sew something. Lunch involved a can opener. All very 1950s.
The wind filled back in by midday and conditions since then have been pretty close to perfect; 15-20kts off the port quarter and calm seas. We're making good progress � nearly 500nm in three days � but the forecast is showing light winds for the next couple days. Hopefully we can keep our speed up.
The freezer is too full for fish, so the lines are still neatly coiled.
At 13-May-16 6:47 AM (utc) our position was 35�04.18'S 176�36.17'W
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