Sailing Around The World

Day 24 Passage to Caribbean “Equator Crossing”

Happy to finally be back in the northern hemisphere, but it is hoooooooot! We crossed the equator at 14:00 today and are working our way to the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. We hoping to be there in 17 days. Right after the sun went down today I made out what looked like Santa’s reindeer crossing the Atlantic ocean. I am pretty sure because his running lights were blinking the song Jingle Bells and he winked at us in the ocean well calling us crazy laughing all the way. I laughed back because he was wearing a speedo as he crossed the hot trophic’s, I don’t blame him because I am about there. So if your one of those kids waiting for Santa he is on his way.

Merry Christmas Everybody and God Bless!

Jacques & Cary

Current Position: 18:33utc, 0deg 25.0min N, 30deg 44.1min W, SOG 5.8kts, COG 344deg-m, WS 10kts, Swell <1m, DR 2297nm, 1010MB

6 responses

  1. dug Pascoe

    Merry Christmas from Negaunee, and God Speed! Safe passage too! –
    dug Pascoe

    December 25, 2014 at 2:29 am

  2. Maggie

    Merry Christmas! Hope Santa dropped good presents down for you two

    December 25, 2014 at 3:43 am

  3. And a very merry xmas to you two intrepid sailors. God speed and fair winds.

    December 25, 2014 at 8:21 am

  4. Kate Sromalski

    Merry Christmas guys!! We’re still with you!!! Glad to hear Santa us on his way!! Too bad there aren’t any islands to stop at along the way across.Seney says hi! Kate Sromalski

    December 25, 2014 at 9:09 am

  5. Jacque, keep her rolling. I look forward to seeing you in the BVI!

    December 26, 2014 at 6:23 am

  6. John Frendreis

    Great story. Welcome back to the hemisphere !

    December 26, 2014 at 5:00 pm