85 miles to go.Â Working our way there, finally a semi-clear starry night. We can see the lighthouses on the coast of France. In every picture I’ve ever seen of people finishing a long ocean race, they always appear to be very happy, I can see why now!! Back into the drysuit for hopefully the last time.
Right now 48 miles from the finish, we have 3 knots of tide helping us. Just looking at the tides at St. Malo, theyâ€™re 37 feet. Guess when we will be getting to it â€“ mid-ebb, awesome, a repeat of Newport. As dawn is breaking, there’s a boat right behind us.. Don’t know who it is yet.