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Philocat Ena - heads up
Philocat Ena - heads up
Vagaris - Half way sundowner
Vagaris - Half way sundowner
06/12/2014

Louise - Blog 10 - 12th Day at Sea

Celebration on board.At 15:29:06 on the 5/12/14 our log trip showed 1424 nm and DTW displayed1424 nm! Exactly midway between Las Palmas and St. Lucia. The crew was excited. From now it’s count down. A cold beer for thecommander and a cava for the captain, St. Lucia here we come. The sailing today has been very nice with fair wind and we are doing fine.Only a tiny shower otherwise we were blessed with sun and the sea is to ourliking. Apart from the celebration the day went on as usual. Morning tea, hugebreakfast (bacon and egg), snacks and stew for supper. The night watch has started and the crew look forward to another lovelynight at sea. On behalf of Louise, Carina. read more...


06/12/2014

Take Off - Full moon

After 11 days we had to surrender... We could not fit in one more peace ofplastic or garbage in our garbage bag. Our first garbage bag was taken outtoday. And yes we’ve been cuting, cuting, cuting and cuting more.... We do havethe time and the kids found it entertaining . Today we’ve been filming underneath the boat, quite cool! Another beautiful day has passed. We understand that we are taking inposition after position in all cruising division. We started of at around 37thin cruising division and as off today we have climbed down to 19th, howeverstill 5th in our division D. Shows that we are fighting with the toughest ones Yes the competing horns has grown out of everyone’s head, even among thekids. Alex and Inez are asking every day if we’re winning, who’s ahead andbehind of us, how. read more...


06/12/2014

Hera - St. Niclas war ein Seemann

Wir haben es 06.00 Uhr in der Früh, wir haben Nikolaus und wir habenendlich wieder Wind. Keiner hat geputzte Stiefel vor seine Kammer gestellt. Abervielleicht gibt es von Michael ja doch noch für jeden einenSchokoladenweihnachtsmann zum Frühstück. Gestern Abend gab es die ersten Squalls, die uns regelrecht umzingelthatten. Dank Radar konnten wir uns zwischen ihnen durchmogeln. Susanne und ihre Wache haben zum Mittag einen Nudelauflauf unter Verwendungder letzten Möhren versprochen. Bis auf Äpfel und die letzten zwei Melonen sindfrisches Obst und Gemüse aufgebraucht. In der letzten Woche bis zum Ziel werdenwir hoffentlich keine Fälle von Skorbut haben.  Stefan. read more...


06/12/2014

Domini - Cap'n Ju's Atlantic Waters Shaving Balm.

Ahoy Boatbloggers,Today has been a day of slow winds, and little progress, but despite all that there have been a few firsts.To conserve our fresh water supplies, we had our first ever salt water shower. Well, not so much a shower, more a wash in a bucket, but you know what I mean. We've got this special shampoo which is rather unimaginatively called, "Sea Shampoo," probably because it is shampoo for the sea, and today we gave it a go.And we're happy to tell you it works a treat. Ju even had a shave using it, and it is actually better that a fresh water shave. The salt water heals all those little nicks and scratches before you've even done them. It's brilliant. We're thinking of bottling some and bringing it back home to sell.  Cap'n Ju's Atlantic Waters Shaving Balm. What do. read more...


06/12/2014

Vagaris - Progress update

The past three days has seen a few milestones. We've passed the half way mark, 1500 miles away from land which we celebrated with a little tipple of each person's choosing. We have definitely reached the trades, as we are now in a reoccurring cycle of (currently) light winds from the East during the clear days of blue sky's, puffy cumulus clouds and lovely hot weather, followed by growing clouds and squalls at night. They tend to come about two in the morning, so if we've been able to sail through the early evening with the parasailor up, we've had to get all hands on deck for a quick drop before the rain and winds hit.This morning around 4am we were brave and thoughed one out (due to sub-10 Kt background winds) and had an exhilarating ride along the front of a squall in 17 knots. If. read more...


06/12/2014

Frisco - log day 11

Today I write the log from the cockpit using my iPad. It communicates with the Iridium Go using WiFi. George is at the Helm And Andy is sitting across from me. The others are fast asleep in their bunks, as it is ten to midnight local time.Today we fixed a couple of things. The watermaker is now producing approximately 1,5 gallons per hour. We only turn it on when the engine is running because it uses significant amounts of electric power. The engine is run twice a day anyway to recharge the batteries and charge the freezer holding plate using the engine driven compressor.The other item has been needing attention for a few days. Every time the steering wheel turned a louder and louder screach came from deep within the cockpit floor. At times it sounded like whale vocalizations and I could. read more...


06/12/2014

Aretha - 17 34N 43 57 W - Highlights from 5th December 2014

It’s 1004 miles to go to St Lucia. It’s the most gorgeous evening - I’m on deck in shorts and lifejacket only - the sky is clear and the moon is so bright you can see for miles. Its calm and peaceful on board.Here’s the top 5 highlights from our day today:1) Light and variable winds meant sailing progress was slow. What to do? Obvious of course - turn the cockpit into a swimming pool by closing off the cockpit drain seacocks and filling it with buckets of sea water. The sea temp gauge tells me water temp is 31.6 degrees Centrigrade. Result - 3 happy children splashing and playing in the cockpit and throwing buckets of water over each other. The simple things in life.2) International Adopt a Star Day. School project - find a constellation or star, learn about it, draw a picture and tell. read more...


05/12/2014

Meltemi - 13.Tag Ohne viele Worte

Wir sind wunschlos gluecklich. Und entspannt. Dazu braungebrannt. P.S.: Zu unserem Raetsel "Wie viel haben wir fuer die Proviantierung der Atlantikueberquerung ausgegeben?" gibt's heute den Hinweis, dass wir 420 Liter Mineralwasser mitgenommen haben. Dies waren die anderen Tipps fuer Euch: Hinweis 1: 7 Personen - 5 Maenner, 2 Frauen, 20 TageHinweis 2: 15 kg Frischfleisch, dazu 7 HuehnerbeineHinweis 3: 60 Packungen à 1 Liter MilchHinweis 4: 60 Rollen KlopapierHerzliche Gruesse von Nils & Ines fuer die Meltemis. read more...


05/12/2014

Pelican - pelican day humm hummm dont know

HI my dear reader at home boom broke last night well very early thismorning, you would have  thought after all these arc that pin would havebeen in there for life, not a bit of it the old thing just dropped out of thegoose neck good o;d z spar any way half an hour we were on our wayagain.standing back and watching as any good captain would perchanced to view amottly collection of underware  jack in his budgi thingies ausi influenceme thinks, andy in his back to front shorts (what the was he doing when thebaloon went up )what was he thinking what was he smoking mouse?....anyway tomorrow is find out where we are day so wish me luck any where with in a 5 mileradi me thinks, hopefully. read more...


05/12/2014

Wiki - Bergfest!!

Nachdem niemand uns ein Bananenrezept gesschickt hat :-((, hatten wir die Vermutung, dass unser Blog nicht interessiert. Nach Mehrheitsbeschluss bloggen wir heute trotzdem wieder , denn es gabwas zu feiern - unser Bergfest :-)):- Skipper hat lt. eigener Aussage seit sieben Jahren kein derartig gutes Steak genossen. ...Aufgrund von wenig Wind lassen wir uns von unserem Diesel grade ein Schlaflied singen. Sollte heute wider Erwarten doch jemand unseren Blog lesen: Drückt uns die Daumen für mehr Wind!Viele Grüße, Eure WIKI - CrewIMG_3200. read more...


05/12/2014

BearBaloo - Day 12 - 1438 nm behind us and 1438 nm left to sail - it´s party time!

Today we celebrated our half way party to St. Lucia with a chocolate cakeand a bottle of champagne! Again, it was a perfect sailing day  with abright blue sky, good wind for our parasailor (he luckily survived the damageand is doing a good job again) and a calm sea. And this in the middle of theAtlantic (I have to admit that we have a Catamaran)! Unbelievable! I alwaysthought that in the middle of the Atlantic, the waves would be at least like 4Meters, the Wind would be so strong that we have to use our stormsail and thatwe have to secure our glasses and cups to the table! But actually, it wasn´tlike this the whole journey! For my first Atlantic experience it´s reallyamazing! Our crew is very glad about our weather today, because yesterday wehad nearly 0 knots wind, it was raining. read more...


Wiki - Bergfest!!
Wiki - Bergfest!!
Reina - Log 12 SINTER CHRISTMAS
Reina - Log 12 SINTER CHRISTMAS
05/12/2014

Aurelia - Day 12

Evening everyoneA fairly uneventful day on the good ship Aurelia expect for one moment of excitement at around 07.00 when John H and I were on shift. John H was preparing our fishing implements on the hope of fish for dinner (we are having pasta, again) and I was on the helm and suddenly the boom disconnected from the mast. Thanks to the speedy reactions of John H, Henry and Nic we soon sorted it. Another very warm day with not much wind, however it was shower day for lucky me! Have a good night from all here. J.McLeish. read more...


05/12/2014

Milanto - log 11 day 4th dec 2014

Here is Herbert again from aboard MILANTO on her cruise to St.LuciaI tricked you with my last blog - there is no 31st of nov! but here you loose any feeling for time and calendar - sorry.9 02 325 N, 45 04 860 W, only another 959nM till St.Lucia to go.4 fish took the bait but we could not get them on board because of our speed. what a pity - i am so much looking forward to have some fresh fish again. it tasted so beautiful.Dolphines accompanied our boat for more than an hour, chasing the bow, app 20 of them. while I watched their joyful game, I had the the impression, that this is a perfect moment in life. sailing under the blue sky, in this cobalt blue ocean, watching the fins of the dolphins coming out of the water and diving in again in a perfect motion, two, three sometimes for of. read more...


05/12/2014

Purrr-fect - Leg Two - day 16: We have arruved in St Lucia!

After a final night of light wind which delayed our arrival by several hours, we crossed the finish line here in St Lucia at 5:31 am. We were rewarded during the night with the most spectacular full moon that lit up not only the sky but most of the eastern ocean. We ate our final dinner at sea out in the cockpit under the bright light of the full moon. It is definitely wonderful to have made the 2100 mile journey and we give thanks to God for a safe passage. Now where is the ice cream stand? image1. read more...


Purrr-fect - Leg Two - day 16: We have arruved in St Lucia!
Purrr-fect - Leg Two - day 16:  We have arruved in St Lucia!
05/12/2014

Jo - 18:22:49N 45:12:82W

Friday 5th December2014 ....more excitement yesterdayafternoon as we were visited by a Minke whale, identified by George from a handywhale and dolphin identification guide. The whale was really curious to check usout and swam all around the boat as well as underneath, turning corkscrews andgetting really up close. The whale was only about 7- 8 metres long and possiblya pup and he stayed with us for nearly 30 minutesAs of 0951 hrs today the crewcelebrated the fact that we now have less than 1,000 nautical miles to RodneyBay St Lucia. However, whilst we have made good progress to date, the winds havebecome progressively lighter and when you are moving along at less than 5 knots,1000 nm feels like a long way to go!  The smart money is now on the12th December for our arrival. During the. read more...


Jo - Damage to our stern quarter
Jo - Damage to our stern quarter
Jo - Dolphin
Jo - Dolphin
05/12/2014

Take Off - Havet är djupt...

Att bada på 5000 m djup är en lite hisnande känsla Efter lite märkliga vibrationer i båten insåg vi att vi hade tång som sattfast på köl, roder och drev. Tack till Go Pro kameran under vattnet! Snabbt stopp och bad sedan upp medspinnaren igen, vi har ingen tidatt  förlora då våra kombatanter jagar oss runtomkring. 850 nm kvar nu, ca 5 dygn om allt går som det ska och helst före deandra. Säger som Bengt brukar göra “drive it like you stole it!” Håll tummarna för att förhållandena håller i sig och att vår plan hållerhelavägen.   Tänk på oss, vi tänker på er. Take Off, Nils vid tangenten . read more...


05/12/2014

Sandvita - Dag 9-12

Hej alla vänner.Hoppas ni alla har det fantastiskt bra!Här ute mitt på Atlanten har vi lugnt hav med för lite och fel vind så vi blir ute någon dag längre än beräknat.Det vore dock en brutal lögn att säga att det går någon nöd på oss, förutom förstås det faktum att vi lider av att den där kalla ölen vid ankomst flyttas allt längre fram... en av världens största orättvisor faktiskt;-)Dagarna ombord rullar på och vi plöjer böcker, berättar historier(de flesta påhittade förstås) skrattar till Magnus o Brasse, fiskar men tappar dessvärre fisken... 3ggr har just det skett faktiskt:-) Vi sover någon timme åt gången för att sen styra ett par timmar i skift om 2.Det blir en hel del framtidsplanering eller åtminstone prat och våra personliga mål om just framtiden... och just min egen ser jag. read more...


05/12/2014

Celebrate - Thank you Cathy and Charlie

After three months of sailing the Indian Ocean it's time for me (Peter) to say farewell to the team on Celebrate and return to dry land (for a while)I have enjoyed every minute of the adventure including the bumpy passage from Reunion to Richards Bay. Charlie and Cathy have been such generous and splendid hosts. The farewell party you put on for me was very special. I will miss our chats and sorry I didn't learn more American!My departure does have a silver lining as I will be spending the next two weeks with Jane driving the Garden Route and we catch up with Charlie and Cathy for a spot of wine tasting in Stellenbosh before we fly home.Peter. read more...


05/12/2014

Argalleiro

Sorry, but my e Mail accepts only 140 characters . read more...


05/12/2014

Argalleiro

We have cought many fishes.... read more...


05/12/2014

Argalleiro

Lots of regards for all participants. We have seen someclose to us, regards to ARC... My dream, my experience...Argalleiro. read more...


05/12/2014

Little Pea - Little Pea's ARC 14 Blogoramma - Yeah it's all about the chafe, 'bout the chafe...

16:56.7N 42:18.6W   Tune of the Day: "Canned Heat" -Jamiroquai   Day 12.  Life on board Little Pea is becomingunbearably hot.  We are down to the minimum amount of clothing that modestdictates and have started spending as much time as possible on deckas down below is now really uncomfortable.   However, heat is the least of our problems atthe moment. Someone once said that chafe is an ocean sailor's biggestnightmare, and they were right. So far we've chafed through sheets on a dodgylead and now - just as the sun had set - the spinnaker halyard which was holdingdear Babs aloft snapped sending her into the drink and the remaining ropeshooting down the mast. Nightmare. It was all hands on deck as we struggled tohaul her back. read more...


05/12/2014

Argalleiro

If we could with the first par. We can with the second one, viva Chile... Boat Argalleiro. read more...


05/12/2014

Argalleiro

We song our national song, plenty of feelings and emotions, finally we are latins, cried a bit. The half of our dream was done.... read more...


05/12/2014

Argalleiro

We have already croased tha middle of the way ..We celebrated this event with chilean wine , spanish cava and a great plate of spaguetii a la marinera.... read more...


05/12/2014

Blue Waves - Dzien 11 - Dzis w nocy byl wypadek, utopil sie Gienek

Dzień 11 - Dziś w nocy był wypadek, utopił się Gienek Od rana cały czas wpatruje się w Boeingi. Zaczeło się od Dreamlinera to było wtedy jak nasz charter ploter pokazał 787 mill morskich do celu naszych regat. Jeszcze na mojej wachcie przeleciał 777 i od razu przypomiałem sobie o tragedi rodzin tych ludzi, ktorzy zgineli latem na pokładzie tego malezyjskiego boeinga zestrzelonego przez rosjan nad Ukrainą. Teraz czekamy na Jumbo Jeta. 747 mil morskich to już naprawdę blisko do lądu. Dzisiaj stukneło nam na liczniku już dwa tysiące mil, które przebyliśmy na żaglach opuszczając Hiszpanie jedenaście dni temu. Dwa tysiące nie wydaje się być jakąś wielką cyfrą bo to raptem jakieś nie całe cztery tysiące kilometrów czyli mniej wiecej tyle ile zajął by cztero godzinny lot z Warszawy do Lisbony.. read more...


05/12/2014

Anika - BLOG 5th December 2014 HALF WAY

We have passed the halfway mark after a decent last 24 hour run. Simonmade some pikelets to celebrate (drop scones for those not in the know) and verynice they were too. At 0230 this morning avery nice American chap called Bob from Sojourn called us up on the VHF for achat as you do at 0230 in the morning, he was just 2nm off our port side, smallworld, anyway we assumed that he had not altered his watch from America westernseaboard time hence the timing of his call however some of the sleeping crewcan’t wait to be introduced, they seem to think Bob is going to buy them abeer?! Other sea life we haveseen – Storm Petrel remind me of swallows swooping for insects with a similarflight and size, Dolphins always a pleasure as they swim around ANIKA and lookup straight into your eye with a. read more...


05/12/2014

Bluewater Mooney - 11. Tag auf See

166 nm - das schlechteste Etmal bisher, na ja. Den ganzen Tag und die Nacht über haben uns Squalls rechts und links begleitet und uns den Wind weggenommen - als das Fass voll war, und wir endlich, Wind erhoffend, in einen Squall hineinfahren wollten, löste sich dieser einfach auf - das machen die so, aber genau vor unserer Nase!?Nun kommt auch das Gefühl für die Tageszeit in Ungleichgewicht. Der Einfachheit halber richtet sich die Zeit an Bord nach UTC - das ist die Zeit am Nullmeridian. Das war besonders einfach, weil aufgrund der Winterzeit Gran Canaria die gleiche Zeit hatte. Zwischenzeitlich sind wir auf UTC - 3 also ist hier Sonnenaufgang anstatt „Ortszeit“ 06:30 Uhr um 09:30 Uhr. Aber da wir sowieso tags und nachts wechselnd schlafen, kommt es auf die drei Stunden auch nicht mehr. read more...


05/12/2014

Southern Child - Day 11 05/12

Day 11 05/12   Position 1200: 17* 44' 89N 046* 17'98W Daily Run: 144Nm Distance to Waypoint: 871Nm  Sun is shining and we're sailing goosewinged in 16knots of wind. But the wind speed has been fickle lately, and we're doing ourbest to keep the boat speed up and navigate away from the dreaded wind hole.Today Bounty and Gum Flapping Cedric share how they feel when the instrumentsshowing the wind displays a single digit. Bounty: "I feel put down to the rules nature hasgiven us." Cedric: "Completely frustrated, because we're notgoing forward, and because of the wear and tear it does to the gear as the sailsflap back and forth."What was the worst wind hole you ever got stuckin? Bounty: "I never really had one, because I alwayshad enough wind coins with me." Cedric:. read more...


05/12/2014

Monomotapa - 5 December

Monomotapa 5 DecemberFinally some sun to dry all the wet things off and give us the opportunity to sun bathe and relax in between the sail trimming and sail changes .The bad news is that a high pressure band of weather is due in front of the Caribbean islands in a few days time and this will mean a lot lighter winds.It is either one thing or the other, wet front with storms or sun and no wind.Another excellent meal last night, roast chicken, roast potatoes and crepes with Nutella. We did talk about flambeing then with rum but decided that this would not be a good idea, if the boat caught on fire.We have deployed the spinnaker today to maximise our distance before the forecast fall in wind predicted for tomrrow. How ever the weather forecasts we have received have been less than acurate. read more...


05/12/2014

Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 - Il traguardo è sempre più vicino!

Siamo usciti da 24 ore sotto il diluvio universale, con il radar che mostrava un temporale via l'altro.L'ultima notte è stata veloce con vento da sud est e una luna che rischiarava quasi a giorno.Mancano 320 miglia e, per agguantare il podio, dobbiamo spingere al massimo fino alla fine, soprattutto perché al momento le barche dietro di noi sembrano un po' più lente.Abbiamo finalmente issato questa mattina il gennaker A4 che abbiamo finito di riparare ieri. Ci è voluta una settimana di grande impegno, con tutto l'equipaggio impegnato a incollare e cucire una vela di 400 mq circa in uno spazio molto ristretto e senza macchina da cucire.Il lavoro di riparazione coordinato da Gigio Russo sembra funzionare. La cerimonia questa mattina alle prime luci dell'alba è stata delle più solenni, con. read more...


Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 - tramonto Berenice
Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 -  tramonto Berenice
Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 - temporali su radar
Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 -  temporali su radar
Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 - incollaggio balumina A4
Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 - incollaggio balumina A4
Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 - bugna A4
Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 -  bugna A4
Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 - A4 riparato
Berenice by TWT - Log Day 11 - A4 riparato
05/12/2014

Morning Haze - Sailor Ted's adventures continue! (day 9,10,11 and 12)

Cheers fellow cruisers,Day 9 was full of surprises. Most of which was from Eole (God of the wind)... I guess he did not know what to send us that day...We kept changing course or sail configurations to prevent the sails from flapping against the rig. On the good side of things...We caught 2 Mahis (number 7 and 8)! The day was also spent doing minor work on the boat..yes even at sea we work!Day 10 was basically a downwind run with main and poled genoa. In the afternoon we took our water sample for the research project and when the wind diminished a bit and the sails were starting to flap against the rig again ( David hates that!) we tought we would give a try to the Parasailor. The wind was 15 knots but just after we hoisted it, the toping lift attachement on the pole broke and we had to. read more...


05/12/2014

Aglaia - perfect full moon lit sail

After a perfect full moon lit sail across and calm ocean with following seas and a clear stary sky the morning has brought constant 15 knots of wind powering our main sail less home across the sea at a very comfortable 7-8 knots.Sunbathing, chilling out on deck with a good book and listening to Lars's ipod chill out session on the deck speakers is making for a very relaxed and happy crew.Lunch today in the heat of the sun is being kept light by our chef by beginning with smoked salmon, cream cheese and muze bouche followed by Mediterraneanvegatables, serrano ham and local canarian cheese galettes de ble.Once again I don't know as skipper what i've been thinking all these year of sailing without a professional chef aboard.Forecast is looking good for us to make the final gybe onto a. read more...


05/12/2014

Paroya - Log Day 16 Wo ist St. Lucia

Es sind noch 40 sm bis St. Lucia und das einzige was man sieht sind Wolken am Horizont. Wir haben soeben den Motor gestartet, wollten eigentlich alles Segeln, aber wenn der Wind kurz vor dem Ziel abstellt, dann will die Crew einfach nur noch so schnell wie möglich an Land. Mit 6kts fahren wir direkt auf das nördliche Kap von St. Lucia zu. Fischen liegt nicht mehr drin das Meer ist voll von Algen oder Meerespflanzen, die sich sofort im Köder verhangen und ein Anbeissen für den Fisch verunmöglichen. ETA ist 1700 wir freuen uns auf St. Lucia.Gruss von der PAROYA , Roger Zürcher. read more...


Thula - day 12
Thula - day 12
05/12/2014

Thula - day 12

The day yesterday, the 11 day of our journey, was really one of the first days that reminded us of where we are heading: the Caribbean. From the early morning to the late evening the sky was almost entirely cloudless giving us a full 10 hours of glaring hot sunlight (and, luckily, even some pretty good wind).  After the cloudy day before, this weather was highly welcome. We used to it wash and dry some of our salty clothes (after all, we were all really expecting to spend some days less at sea), get some practice with the sextant (one of Dieter’s newly discovered passions as it appears), work on our tan (after the experiences from the day before everyone put on at least 6 layers of sunscreen – every half hour!), take the Atlantic Ocean Ice Bucket Challenge and… do some more fishing.. read more...


Thula - bucket challenge
Thula - bucket challenge
05/12/2014

Charisma - Passatstörung

Hinter uns liegt eine arbeitsreiche Nacht, die mit grandiosem Segelnunter 180 qm Spinnaker mit Vollmond und Passatbewölkung begann. Imweiteren Verlauf holten uns Wolkenfelder ein, deren wechselhaftenWindverhältnisse wir bei Regen sauber aussegelten. Die Charisma schosspfeilschnell durch den Atlantik bei Winddrehern bis zu 50°.Mit Erfahung, Gefühl und Intuition hielten wir unsere Swan imoptimalen Anstellwinkel zum Wind. Als uns dann allerdings dieregengetränkten Wolken-Störfelder erreichten und wir unter Spi nur nochim Kreis segelten, holten wir das Tuch ein. Die Situation war nicht mehrsegelbar und wir dümpelten im Atlantik auf der Suche nach verwertbarenWindfeldern.Nachdem wir die Yacht bei schwach umlaufender Brise wiederholt mitschlagenden Segeln durch den Wind gebracht hatten, setzte. read more...



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