The first day and night was calm with 3 to 4ft seas. At night a very thick and dense fog all night long, we basically relied on the radar all night. Luckily the radar did not pick up anything so it was a peaceful night.
The second day was great! sunshine, light winds and the seas dropped to an average of 2ft with no fog. We saw whales, lots of birds (don't ask me what they were doing in the middle of the Gulf of Maine) and.. an amazing dolphin show (see video below).
The second night was calm with a shining moon on the water all night long. There was a bit of traffic as we were entering the US waters, the radar picked-up a few large fishing boats and made it for an entertaining night tracking targets (fishing boats) on the radar.
It was a great trip thanks to the crew, we ate full meals in the oven for breakfast, lunch and dinner almost every day. The passage would not have been so fun without the experience and help of the crew.
All we could see around the boat for approximately 40 hours is the ocean and the sky. It gives an idea of how vast the ocean really is.
Surprise visit from Atlantic ocean dolphins. Jean Guy was in the boat looking at them from the port window in the hull. They were so close, It felt like they were going to jump over the boat.
It was quite exciting, when you haven't seen a thing (except the boat and crew) for over a day its funny how a dolphin how really is exciting.