Today we are getting one of the typical low pressure system’s weather disturbances, which will keep us on our toes going forward, or better while heading back to higher latitudes soon.

Rainy, miserable, gusty, choppy. After 9 hours it will be over. Tomorrow the sun will be back until the next low pressures system gets thrown off the US coast and fights its way through towards NE, E or SE against any high pressure system under development further South. The changes are fast and the winner of the two systems not always clear for quite some time. 

No yacht left today and we are all in waiting position. A good day to relax, get some bread and cake baking done. Next to us is gaff cutter “Aurora von Altona”, build in 1934, homeport Museumshafen Flensburg. Small world!

Fair winds…