Thursday, February 5, 2015

Galapagos Passage Day 6

We passed the equator last night at 23:25. Gave up some rum for Neptune as the toll to pass the big line into the Southern Hemisphere. Yesterdays noon-to-noon run was 123 miles. The winds were light and the current was against us overnight. The sun finally came out for most of the afternoon. Right now there's a large white bird with black wing trim and a blue beak riding the pulpit at our bow. She's been there for a few hours. Looks like if the wind holds we will make it into San Cristobol before dark. We want to try and stop and do one more bottom clean before the Galapagos inspection police take look.

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