The last time I was skipper for a day, Argo was in the Northern Hemisphere. Since then, we have crossed the equator, stopped for fun in the Galapagos, crossed near the point furthest away from land on the planet, and now are only a couple of days out from the Marquesas. Not only have we come far, done a lot of unique activities, but we have also grown together as a crew and have become stronger. It’s hard to believe our passage is almost complete, and you can already hear talk of skipping our visit to land and going on to make the passage longer. Living aboard Argo has become more than just a semester, but a way of life. Shipmates continued to prepare for and take Yachtmaster exams and ready Argo for her visit to the Marquesas.
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