Re-toxed and re-provisioned after a week in the Azores, we’re now back at sea, back on watch rota, and back on the wagon.

This will be the final leg in Russ Evans’s circumnavigation of the globe, the first ever in a Sigma 38 yacht. He set out from the Hamble nearly two years ago. He’s looking good for a successful round-trip, but it ain�t over ’til it’s over, so he won’t be relaxing until Steamy Windows is safely moored up back in her home port and her crew has made it to shore.

I’ll be doing my second interview with Julian Clegg of BBC Radio Solent on 11 May via satphone. By then we should have a good idea of when we will make landfall. We also have a map on Steamy�s website – for our latest position click here. From November I’m going to have a map like this on my website too, showing a small blob slowly making her way across the Atlantic…

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