Visibility V / V
Coming home from a summer vacation sailing, a thick cloud of sea smoke popped into the fairway. Visibility was at its worst at 20-50 meters, even though the sun was shining full blade. Really special combination !!!
A greasy drizzle of rain was visible against the wavy sea surface, which we were able to detect a little badly when the primary focus was on navigation: it was perhaps the busiest boating day of the summer, with hundreds of sailors returning from their summer holidays. This is exactly the amount of traffic you wouldn't like to get in such poor visibility. Hopefully the crashes were avoided.
A reddish outer edge stood out from the haze rainbow, and the bright peak of the arch pained just above the horizon. The temperature of the seawater was about 14-15 degrees and the air ten degrees more.
Pictures of the fog arch taken by Jouko Markkanen.