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That blog read is a good one. Thanks for posting the link.

The book might be too scary to read!

In the blog:
easterly tack planned approximately 300 nautical miles north of Bermuda towards the Azores.
After this year of the string of storms and sinkings I am fully intent on going east much further south that that line of Bermuda to Azores.

I intend to leave Caribbean or Bahamas direct to Gibralter laying south of the Azores by 300 nms. It will be a slower trip, but should be south of this line of storms.

I am not doing 70 or 90 foot waves in any boat. Not when I am on it!

Mark
 
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