Believe it or not the attached picture is the best I could do at capturing the dolphins that were frolicking under the headrig this morning at dawn. It was such a beautiful sight, especially since it is one of our last mornings out to sea. Today’s ship work included a lot of smaller painting projects that were going well under full steam until a fog rolled in at approx 1545 and brought completion to a halt. Fortunately there is always tomorrow.
SHIP’S WORK: Second coat of black on mizzen lower shroud turnbuckles; painted aloha deck waterways; spot painted t’gallant rails; spot painted bullworks on well deck; spot primed sailmakers bench; primed interior of Sea Never Dry.
BOUND FROM: Portland, ME, USA
TOWARDS: Lunenburg, NS, Canada
TIME ZONE: ZD + 4
NOON POSITION: 43°19.3’N /065°11.2’W
DAYS RUN: 84 nm
PASSAGE DISTANCE RUN: 2061.5 nm
DISTANCE REMAINING: 72 nm
COURSE AND SPEED: East northeast, CMGT 045, 3.6 kts
WIND: South southwest, 2
WEATHER: Barometer 1020, 4/8 st
SWELL HEIGHT & DIRECTION: Southwest by south, 2
SAILS SET: All sails.