The sailing life is unpredictable and at departure this morning the weather forecast predicted even wind that could lead Skjoldungen a good distance south on through the Norwegian archipelago.
But the wind disappeared and the oars came out, the crew had some rowing to do!
Later a light breeze allowed the sail to come up again and it goes sweet - but quiet - in the right direction. The night harbor will probably be the Mosterhavn.
The day was spent enjoying the sun, the view and being in a vessel with a 1000-year history as ballast.
There has also been time to arrange the equipment and get the patch equipment - Søren has, for example, repaired his sweater with tackle yarn.
Despite the leisurely pace, Skjoldungen still managed to overtake a Norwegian Maxi 95!