We have passed Møns Klint in the afternoon hours under some glazy-milky clouds. There is little traffic out here at the moment, a few more sailors and two ferries passing by with a safe distance. It will change once we get closer to the “Kadetrinne”, the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) between Denmark and Germany.

I will cross this TSS after midnight South of Gedser and hope it will be less busy compared to last time, when Susan and myself had all hands full.

Fellow sailors Volker and Rainer both reminded me to keep a very sharp lookout and indeed, sailing these waters is different compared to the wide ocean.

Time for some dinner.

Fair winds…