Nothing happens since several days…
Much better this way than like onboard “Cayuco”, where they are having a new problem every few days: some days ago, they snapped a chainplate, yesterday their jib-furler broke, damaging also the genoa, and now they are at the tail of the fleet so there is nobody nearby who could lend a hand (but to do what? Hold their mast up??…).
Even communications have become terse, nobody has anything left to say (“all well?” “yes, all is well”, “how’s the wind?” “15 knots” “also here”, it’s hard to find conversation items!).
There are still 1300 miles to the arrival, if the wind will stay as light as it is now it will take another 10 days, not too bad.