Predicted excellent conditions continued through the end of Day 30 as Cheyenne posted the best day yet on her Round The World record attempt - 623 miles over the past 24 hrs to stretch her lead over the 2002 RTW record track of Orange to 2042 miles.
Steve FOSSETT'S team benefited from consistent 25-30 kt wind coming from around 300 degrees as they spent their Sunday charging eastwards past the International Dateline - into another Sunday.
Back in the Atlantic, 2004 RTW rival Olivier de Kersauson and crew aboard Geronimo finally got free from the doldrums over the weekend, posting a strong 24 hour run of 521 nm to Sunday night (Day 11), leaving them about 190 nm behind the equivalent 2002 position of Orange.
On 9 September 1788, Captain William Bligh (great seaman, less-than-great manager / motivator) discovered these 22 small islets and named them for his ship, the "Bounty".
Cheyenne's full position reports are available on the Fosett Challenges website at the address below.