I've posted a chart showing the projected track of the storm, Sean, and the last reported position of the s/v Seaya.
It is here: Sean1900Nov8
Sorry, I can never post pix on this Board.
I sure don't envy them their situation. However, given the relative positions and the uncertainty of Sean's track...these things are never 100% predictable...I believe the choice is either to continue heading West for, e.g., Beufort SC or Charleston (they're already way south of Beufort NC) or heave to, slow down, rest for a day or two, and watch what Sean does. It may become clear by Thurs, and Seaya could continue toward Bermuda.
The fast moving cold front heading towards the East Coast is another complicating factor. Either way, looks like they're in for some more rough weather.
I wish them the very best.