Schooner Halie & Matthew sails for Haiti

07 April 2010 | Near Grand Bahamas Island
Liberty Mission Support HQ
The schooner Halie and Matthew departed yesterday at 16h00 for Haiti. After a full day at sea, she is sailing well near Grand Bahama island. They are averaging 6 kts boat speed, and have been tacking into a easterly headwind for the last 24 hours, so their velocity made good is only around 3 kts. The slow progress is likely to continue since the winds will remain east, and then south east as they make their way through the Bahama chain of islands. The crew are all doing well, nobody is seasick, and except for a slight leak around the rudder shaft, all systems are in good working order.

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