Team Gallagher continue their push East, and are now within 200 nautical miles of the New Zealand coast. This means that the Kiwi Rescue Coordination Centre has to be informed so they can monitor the Moana's position and any surrounding ocean traffic.
However, there is still some way to go and the latest report from the team was that at 2100 this evening they had to stop rowing and put out the sea anchor. Hopefully this is a temporary measure and they can get going again soon.
Stay tuned for more news as it happens!