10 August, Råå – Dragör

The weather had calmed down a bit today and we came away before nine. It was motoring up to the vein and then a stretch sailing until Skovshoved broken only by a few tacks to fend for themselves for a large tanker and two giant bulk carriers. The wind freshened and turned against so we started the engine to take us down through Kongedybet to Dragör. Heading into the Dragör began the waves get a little awkward and flushed over a couple of times. For example, just when Åse would hang out fenders.
In the evening refreshes it in even more, and it warned of gale in the Sound. We are located in all cases safely moored for the night. Then we'll see what tomorrow bring to the väderväg.

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