Day 29: ATLANTIC OCEAN: During the early hours of the morning the team finally got their nose in front of Row to Recovery with 2.1 miles in it, moving from third to second position in the fleet.

The team are now 1st out of their class of fours. With the breadth of the ocean between them, they did not get sight of one another. At midday there was 4 miles in it and the pressure is on as they are neck and neck in a race of their own. Both teams are travelling at the same speed and still have just over one thousand miles to go. Let the dot watching addiction continue...

Day 30: ATLANTIC OCEAN: APT are powering ahead to ensure a safe gap is established with Row 2 Recovery and there are now 12 miles in it, having rowed 77 nautical miles in the last 24hrs. Prior to moving into 2nd position they hopped off the boat (safety lines still firmly attached) and in their words gave the boat and themselves a good wash. A clean boat that is barnacle free helps speed, and it might be that if Henry has clipped himself too that this may have assisted. They say they want to win and are after Locura...over 260 miles in it and a change in weather due... #dotwatchersunite