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Day Twenty-Six of Indian Ocean Row

Day Twenty-Six of Indian Ocean Row   The start of a new month finds us once again sitting on a sea anchor, it’s demoralising and we’re all feeling pretty low.   Luckily this one should be brief, although being on sea anchor is never brief enough. We knew that there was a strong southerly coming…

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Day Twenty of Indian Ocean Row

Day Twenty of Indian Ocean Row   Mileage for yesterday; 60 miles covered, distance to Mauritius 2795. We are well and truly off the sea anchor!! We pulled her in for hopefully the last time at about 17:00. The winds were still about 25 knots and the waves were high and all over the place…

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Day Four of Indian Ocean Row

Day Four We have just started day 4 and we seem to be settling in to a good routine now. It always takes a few days for the body to start getting into the swing of things, especially the pattern in which we are rowing and sleeping. You spend two hours rowing and then you…