Hey, good news! It's day four, which I believe is the longest they've been off shore together, and as far as I know they don't appear to have thrown eachother overboard. As of yesterday their position was:
Position 1800 11 May 2012
23 deg 06.400 min North
69 deg 15.627 min West
I think that translates into 23 6' -069 15' (?) on Google if you're tracking.
Wind has been light the whole trip so far. Today we are in the southern end of a stationary front so even less. We had to start Nanni this morning and will likely have 18 - 24 hours of motoring through this to some nice air on the other side. Today actually did a few boat projects, played some music, finished a Chris Jackson book.