Today, Argo continued making its way towards the Caribbean as the crew aboard began to settle into the natural routine of watch teams. The highlights of the day were various whale sightings, a mid-day swim call, and several successful reductions of celestial navigation sights by the crew. Students learned about coral reefs in Marine Biology class and listened to fellow crew members present their research on marine engineering topics after lunch. The class was interrupted by a few mahi-mahi bites, but unfortunately, our catches were a little too small to eat, so they were released. Nonetheless, we enjoyed a tasty chicken dinner and continued to motor sail into the magnificent sunset.