Ultimate Arctic Crossing - part 2

Tuesday March 19 - DAY 23 / The ice is getting ever thicker and more compact. The fact that they saw an iceberg for the first time perhaps proves that they are little by little entering a more straightforward area of pack ice. Therefore more stable. Temperature -24°C, 7 hours of travelling, 1.5m of ice beneath the tent. very good drift today. Two hours of sail this morning.

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