Early start and mixed weather for this passage
During the passage we also had rain – which gave us a pretty bright double rainbow, and later in the night there was occasional (very distant) lightning flashes to keep us alert.
The route took us via the Canal Salsipuedes (translates to ‘Leave if you can’ channel!) – famed for its strong currents. The strong winds are locally called elefante.
More (mostly distant) whales on this passage – looked like blue whales and humpbacks.
More whale sightings - notoriously hard (for us) to photograph
The strong winds had us arriving in Santa Rosalia so early – we decide to just anchor for the night and rest/recover before moving the boat to the marina later in the day (this also saved us a day of marina fee).