It is 1:30am and we have passed Banc des Langoustiers on the way to Roscoff. There were still a few fishing vessels which kept us busy and awake. The sunset was marvelous, half moon is out and the best part were the dolphins escorting us for about an hour playing and jumping around the boat. I was not expecting them this early on the trip, soonest in the Biscay. Hope they come back at dawn to get some photos with better light. There is very little swell, long waves as a leftover from Atlantic influence, quite pleasant. The sky is crystal clear and the stars are up. The moon will ditch into the water shortly making this another pitch-dark night for a few hours. Wind is gone and we are running under engine again to arrive in time in Roscoff. It is beneficial to arrive at a certain time of the tide in this marina as mooring shall be easier with less current but against our direction. It is very hard to describe these nights at sea, you simply have to go out and do it. I am following two lights now, SY malwieder and SY Colette, both in front of us. Last in the squadron behind us is SY Maupiti, who has joined us again on this leg. I will get back to enjoy the stars now. Fair winds…
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