Yacht Cerulean Atlantic Adventure

Vessel Name: Cerulean of Penryn
Vessel Make/Model: Seastream43
Hailing Port: Gosport
Crew: Richard & Alison Rowley
About:
Richard has been sailing for over 40 years and has done over 12000nm of coastal sailing mainly from out of Portsmouth Harbour (UK) including many cross channel passages to the Channel Islands, and north coast of France and along the UK South coast, as well as yacht charters in Greece and Croatia. [...]
Extra: We have both taken a year off work to sail the Atlantic in our 43' (13m) sailing yacht Cerulean of Penryn which we purchased in 2015. We are signed up for the ARC+ 2018 rally from Las Palmas Gran Canaria to St Lucia via the Cape Verde Islands
Home Page: www.yachtcerulean.com
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21 May 2019 | 38:25N 029:20W
19 May 2019 | 38:31N 034:16W
18 May 2019 | 32:47N 063:44W
18 May 2019 | 38:31N 037:37W
17 May 2019 | 38:10N 040:49W
17 May 2019 | 37:55N 042:01W
15 May 2019 | 37:49N 042:58W
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15 May 2019 | 37:10N 044:57W
14 May 2019 | 35:39N 048:42W
14 May 2019 | 35:03N 050:29W
13 May 2019 | 34:30N 053:01W
12 May 2019 | 34:27N 054:04W
10 May 2019 | 33:18N 059:11W
09 May 2019 | 33:25N 060:54W
08 May 2019 | 32:58N 062:31W
08 May 2019 | 32:29N 062:45W
29 April 2019 | Convict Bay, St George's Harbour, Bermuda
25 April 2019 | 31:35N 066:04W
25 April 2019 | 31:17N 066:37W
Recent Blog Posts
21 May 2019 | 38:25N 029:20W

Bermuda-Horta 17

Trip:1745 Distance to Waypoint 35; Bearing to Waypoint 080deg 38deg 25'N 029deg 20'W COG: 080 SOG:5.4 Wind W f4

19 May 2019 | 38:31N 034:16W

Bermuda-Horta 16

Trip:1521 Distance to Waypoint 265; Bearing to Waypoint 089deg 38deg 31'N 034deg 15'W COG: 0103 SOG:6.0 Wind SW f4

18 May 2019 | 32:47N 063:44W

Bermuda-Horta 01

47.6nm down 1735 to go

18 May 2019 | 38:31N 037:37W

Bermuda-Horta 15

Trip:1379 Distance to Waypoint 423; Bearing to Waypoint 087deg 38deg 31'N 037deg 37'W COG: 092 SOG:7.6 Wind SSW f4-5

17 May 2019 | 38:10N 040:49W

Bermuda-Horta 13

Trip:1249 Distance to Waypoint 674; Bearing to Waypoint 084deg 38deg 10'N 040deg 49'W COG: 081 SOG:5.7 Wind SW f4

17 May 2019 | 37:55N 042:01W

Bermuda-Horta 14

Trip:1192 Distance to Waypoint 632; Bearing to Waypoint 083deg 37deg 55'N 042deg 01'W COG: 081 SOG:6.0 Wind SSW f4-5

West Palm Beach to Bermuda 3

21 April 2019 | 28:33 075:41W
Richard Rowley
Stormy Days

247nm down 582nm to go

..The thunderstorms have now passed on and I can get the computer and other gadgets out of the oven and plug the sat phone back in... We caugt the edge of the front blowing through, just getting the tailing edge now with winds still gusting up to 30kts, It was an ugly night so washboards in and watch keeping from the relative comfort of the deck saloon, just had to watch out for the odd flying vegetable/fruit jumping out of the fruit net and of course for other vessels.

Quite a bit of shipping to contend with four or five ships all at once, must have been a major shipping crossroads, fortunately they seemed to know we were here and we didn't need to alter course at all, i suspect our AIS transponder and active Echomax Radar reflector help, they all seemed to pass around us with at least 2nm clearance. We were able to keep track of them on AIS and Radar and see lights of the ones close by. I suspect visibility of less than 3nm. Not a sign of a ship anywhere at the moment.

..excuse me for a momment, its gusting 30kts again need to shorten sail...phew all done, now where was I?

The main sail blew out a seam the previous night, fortunately a short one near the top, I have dropped and stowed the sail, that will have to wait til we get to Bermuda. So we where just on staysail and a fraction of genoa, with the wheel lashed off and 'Old Harry' we managed a fair course to windward making a comfy 5-6kts heading due East with a South Easterly Force 5-6 gusting 7. didn't to go up and make any adjustments all night. Now that the storm is passing we are now heading NE to our waypoint just a 100nm south of Bermuda. With the wind now abaft the beam we are just on Genoa with about half it rolled away. Hopefully these gust will blow through soon and leave us with something a little more gentle.



Fayre Wynds and Kynd Seas

Richard and Alison yacht Cerulean of Penryn

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Cerulean of Penryn's Photos - Main
Passage along the south coast from Gosport to Plymouth
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