His stroke rate is steady in the mid 60s. He’s feeling a bit of strain at the moment, crew working hard to get him through it. Water state is still good. The crew can see the weather turning ahead, the second half will be tough, but then, it always is. Crew are in good shape.
Update: Every looking good for a landing between Audreselles and the Cap, I think. Windspeed at the Sandettie buoy has dropped and is now lighter than predicted, southerly.
I haven’t been able to get the crew for the last hour, but that’s normal for the last couple of hours as they will be too busy. I take it as a good sign.