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Day’s Run – 11 June, 2017

By Purser Allison

Sunday Funday but the ship’s work is never done. Today we had two workshops; the first of which was bending on headsails after which crew used their new skills to bend on the flying jib. Captain Sikkema also conducted a workshop on splicing and whipping. Each crew member learned how to make an eye splice with 2 different kind of tapers, finishing off with whippings, a skill which is used daily on the ship. During night watch, Mates conducted a chart house orientation to allow crew to understand the different pieces of navigation equipment and what they are used for.

Bound from: St. Georges/Hamilton, Bermuda

Towards: Boston, MA

Noon Position:  39°20.2N 066°39.1W

Day’s Run: 79nm

Passage Distance Run:  265nm

Distance Remaining: 428nm

Course and Speed:  NWxW  3.1nm

Wind: 3kn SWxS

Weather: Good

Swell height + Direction: <1m SW


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