On the daily itinerary in the Seabourn Herald today was prize game Baggo at 3:30pm. This is the first Baggo game of the cruise as someone – no names – had mislaid the Baggo board and bags. Following last year’s success perhaps I can win a new Seabourn peak to replace the one lost yesterday.
It’s ok Seabourn you are off the hook as one of the guests on board read my comment on yesterdays blog and very kindly gave me a replacement peak…thanks Nick and Debbie.
New South African wines arrived on board yesterday – rumour has it there are 7000 bottles…enough for a few weeks!!
Fabulous late afternoon temperature on the sundeck – with a warm balmy breeze – perfect.
Techie bits: At 8am we were:
35° south and 20°east
Travelling on a compass course of 098°
Speed = 14 knots
Apparent wind speed = 35 knots off the bow
Air temperature = 21°c (70°f)
Total nautical miles sailed = 8896
Depth = 114 metres
Sunrise = 6am Sunset = 7.44pm