Phonecast: Day 78

Our rower is enjoying some rowing time after being cabin bound for a week and¬†with some¬†exciting news to share…



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9 Responses to Phonecast: Day 78

  1. Susie Hewson says:

    the Azores to the rescue… Mid Atlantic and an historic port of call for trans Atlantic sea farers. Ocado have a great delivery service!!! Fingers crossed and well done on the half century:)

  2. Gigi W. says:

    Wooohoooooo Mylene!! Awesome that a mid-ocean resupply is in the works! Looking forward to hearing how it goes!

    Hope you get a bit of a respite from the heat soon…it’s been merciless here!

    ~Gigi in Va. Beach

  3. Scott H says:

    It looks as if you are heading towards Azores. Is that a plan/possibility? A static point from which to get the rudder?
    You are inspiring.

  4. Richard Adams says:

    Just to let you know that we have been following you over the last 78 days by tracker and phone, sharing the highs and the lows! Very best of luck for the rest of your voyage.

  5. Joan Kozar says:

    Great to hear you are doing so well, and I’ll keep all fingers and toes crossed that the yacht makes it to you. It would be great for you to have some fresh rations! I think of you every day, sending good wishes and “bon vent” (good winds) your way. You are fantastic in every way! GOOOOO Sarah!

  6. ingridw2013 says:

    Great to hear your news Sarah and thinking of you in the heat, as we shiver here in Cape Town. Hope it cools down and that the food drop is indeed possible. Lots of strength from the girls at Rustenburg Girls’ High.

  7. John Young says:

    Hope your rendezvous is successful, will be good to make contact with fellow sea farersl
    So, what’s plan B if you don’t land in England but Spain? Opps, that’s a little further south
    than you had hoped for sure.

    Hope the Hurricane season leaves you along, starts getting strong from now until October.

    Blessings and cheers,

  8. Susie Hewson says:

    fantastic progress Sarah – poor feet but then better than the Pacific Rump you suffered on the Pacific row. Great news about the sail past and potential food restocking…we can hear your spirits lifting as you speak. Looking up and ahead. The way the wind has been blowing here, I am surprised not to wake up of a morning and see you moored on the Severn! x

  9. Ethel Leonard says:

    Hi Sarah, Wow you are doing well. Do hope you can connect to receive some rations. Continued good luck Ethel Leonard

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