We’re now on the southeastern edge of the South Atlantic Subtropical Gyre, on the home stretch to Cape Town,
December 1st at 1200 GMT Sea Dragon is at 33.00.02S / 002.40.14W... "All well no wind ... need some please. Clive"
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1200 GMT Nov. 30 Sea Dragon is at 32°11.77S / 6°14.09W.   “There’s another one!” Bonnie yells, pointing to a bobbing
  We’re here! After 2 weeks of punishing storms, pelting rains, 40-knot winds, and life at a constant 45 degree
  At 1200 UTC on November 29 Sea Dragon is at 31.38.5S / 007.58.9W.  With the expedition well over half way
1200 GMT 26th Nov 34.31.36S / 016.42.05W Curently we are south of the SAG due to the weather. CT is
  The team is at position 33.20.73S  / 19.30.09W as of 1200 GMT on Thanksgiving, November 25th.  "All well the
Sea Dragon and her team continue to press SE, towards the heart of the Gyre center. This morning the crew