On August 23, at 11 a.m. Spanish time, the crew contacted the Coastal Center. The expedition members continue on their planned course to the port of La Coruña. The circumnavigators report that they are about 100 miles away. The wind in the Bay of Biscay has intensified, stormy.
The trimaran is currently rounding the Cape Cabo de Peñas, the northernmost point on the map of Asturias. The Principality of Asturias or Principado de Asturias is an autonomous community in northwestern Spain. It is located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula.
Along the way, the crew continues to carry out the scientific tasks of the expedition. Thus, a daily measurement of the radiation background is made:
Eugene Kovalevskiy and Stanislav Berezkin report operational information to the Coastal Center.