Yesterday was our until now definitely best day. We smashed our competitors with 20 miles or more, and we did set a boat record (also including the time as she was named Cubaneren) for sailed miles in 24 hours. 215,4 is only 0,6 miles behind an average of 9 kts. In reality, we have sailed a little bit longer as the numbers are from the position reports and distance left to the finish. Most of the miles were sailed with the S4 and one reef in the main.
30 minutes ago, we did a gybe! The first gybe in the race for us, after about 1400 miles of sailing. We should have planned it slightly better as Maren got some bruises from ropes tangled around her arm during the process. From pointing about 20 degrees north of Honolulu, we are now pointing 10 degrees south. That has something to say when there still is 800 miles to go. Probably a new gybe tomorrow though.