In other news, we picked up a hitchhiker around 1900 hours yesterday. We watched a brown booby, whom I've since named Charlie, repeatedly doing fly-bys. He finally negotiated a precarious landing on our solar arch, just before sunset. He is still there! We like his company, even though he is a little on the quiet side.
We also had another visit by a pod of spinner dolphins. They put on quite a show this time. We watched them shoot some 6 feet straight up out of the water, while others leapt high in graceful arcs. You'll have to take my word for it, I didn't take any photos. I was too busy watching.
Other than that, the crew is keeping busy and keeping still. It's a fine balance.
Position: 01* 21.296' N 132* 15 .622' W
Distance: 43 nm
Heading: 217* T
Speed: 3.7 knots