We knew it wouldn’t last. After 3 days of nearly flat seas a front has moved through and given us modest 5-6 foot seas and 13 knot winds. But they are on the nose and we have been pounding into them all day. Our progress has slowed to 7 knots. We’ve covered 984 nm and have 34 hard miles to go to our first Bermuda waypoint, then another two hour run in to St. George’s. We won’t arrive till midnight or later. We expect to anchor in Powder Hole tonight and run over to Ordinance Island in the morning to clear customs. Roam remains off our starboard bow, the rest of the fleet should have arrived. All is well aboard Tivoli.

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