Already 27 days underway and past halfway of the Atlantic crossing. We are now in the trade wind zone for quite some time, although currently the wind is moderate. In a few days we are going to adjust our course to 250 degrees west to French Guyana.There is little shipping in the area now, but the first ten days were very busy and therefore it was important to keep a close eye. For this we have both the front and rear cabin where someone is always present and where a Vesper Marine AIS is mounted so we can monitor the ships around us all the time.
In coastal areas, we often see hundreds of ships. Very convenient that, with Vespermarine, you can "switch off / ignore" the ships lying idle, so you only need to focus on the ships that really matter.