Day 36, Saturday May 15, 1999

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Photo Richard Konkolski

There was little news from the fleet. Petersen gained some miles on Brad Van Liew and was only one mile behind him. Both boats broke the 1,000 miles barrier from Charleston together. The progress was slow. All the boats were doing hardly over 100 miles a day.

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Positions:

Class 1

Place Skipper Boat Latitude Longitude Dist. to go Speed Dist. to first Time
1 Soldini Fila Charleston 0 0 0 0 0
2 Thiercelin Somewhere Charleston 0 0 0 0 0

Class 2

Place Skipper Boat Latitude Longitude Dist. to go Speed Dist. to first Time
1 Garside Magellan Alpha Charleston 0 0 0 0 0
2 Mouligne Cray Valley Charleston 0 0 0 0 0
3 Yazykov Wind of Change 29 52N 077 38W 203 5.4 203.3 2144
4 Van Liew Balance Bar 21 46N 064 45W 1034 5.5 1033.8 2144
5 Petersen No Barriers 21 12N 065 19W 1035 4.7 1034.5 2144
6 Saito Shuten-dohji II 21 21N 063 14W 1114 4.3 1113.9 2144
7 Hunter Paladin II 20 00N 060 09W 1298 3 1298.2 2144

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