Location: The Med - 36.39N 2.31W
Today we found ourselves once again plodding our way through the big blue, however compared to the usual 360 degrees of blue we have gotten use to today we have had the beautiful rustic Spanish coastline in sight. The coastline has also reminded us of our own influence on the seas as we look to the blue we now regularly see fishing boats, commuter ferries, some sailing boats and various other floating material. It seems long ago we were crossing the Atlantic and seeing another boat was a cause for excitement among shipmates. The sea state has picked up a bit despite the land mass currently on our port side, which means for some the journey is a little less comfortable than perhaps would be liked but all in all everyone is in good spirits after all we have great weather, just ate an amazing dinner, we had a beautiful sunrise and I have no doubt the sunset with be equally astonishing.
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