Location: Underway to Dominica, Transatlantic Day 16, 15*37.68' N 55*12.04' W
Today was the 16th day of passage on the transatlantic crossing. Emotions and spirits were high today on board Argo with the thought of seeing land in the next three days. Sam cooked a great lunch, which happened to be quesadillas. We had two classes today, oceanography and PSCT. After class there was some commotion on deck when we heard the staff calling that we had a fish on the line. This afternoon we caught a couple of Mahi-mahis. There was a lot of excitement watching Ben filet the fish. We all gathered for squeeze tonight, which led into another great meal cooked by Sam. The crew is getting pretty tan now. Watch out Caribbean!
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