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A humble account of Will’s day as skipper

Aug 9, 2007

Location: Mahon, Menorca
Author: Will
0715: Crew woken by smell of breakfast or fire alarm, not sure which. Either way: timely response. 0730: Crew enjoyed breakfast. Listened attentively to skipper’s morning announcements. Daily program well-received. Skipper’s fair judgment commended! 0830: Oceanography class. Crew learned much, slept little. 1000: Dinghies to shore. Excitement was tangible. 1200: Lunch for those aboard. Much debate as to the correct time on shore. Ship time remains the same. 1300 – 1700: Shore time for all. Crew uses downtime for self-betterment (i.e. homework). 1800: Dinner. Squeeze question befuddles and amuses. 1930: Class and chart work. Crew’s deftness with parallel rules impresses. 2100: Aborted attempt at movie night. Skipper makes the prudent choice and sleeps.