Tenacious calling, Blue watch on the afternoon watch.
Whales were sighted this forenoon. Yesterday was Christmas and a half , being halfway between last Crimbo and the next one. Seasonal or may be non-seasonal fare was produced and consumed with relish.
Our cadets will hopefully write about what they have been up to, next time we are on the afternoon watch. Yesterday Jack Graves gave a talk on the development of the jet engine after quiet time in the afternoo n.
We have just had to abandon sailing after the little wind that we had abandoned us, so it is back to our faithful engines and our course is towards the Fastnet Rock.
So that is Blue Watch signing off for now, somewhere in the North Atl antic.
1325 miles to Antwerp
The observant amongst you may have noticed that the punctuation in ou r blogs has become somewhat basic over the last couple of days. This is due to the way we have to send them while mid ocean. Full stops an d commas is all the system can cope with. Exclamation mark.