Much calmer weather today as we pushed on under engine power. Continuous rolling made certain tasks trickier, but yesterday’s worst cases of seasickness cleared up. Warmest day so far, an ‘emergency laundry’ brought relief to some in the form of clean socks etc. Captain Chris brought the chart down and explained that we have successfully avoided the emerging storm that is making its way up along the eastern seaboard. We are about 1100 miles from the Azores and hope to have time to spend a day or two there. We braced the yards hard to port in anticipation of the next day’s weather. First Mate Trevor presented part two of his talk on sailing. Engineer Marco caught his first fish of the voyage: a young skip jack tuna!