Another day underway quickly progressed to a delectable array of fish brought aboard by the three lines we tow throughout the day. Argo had a quiet day wind wise, nothing more than 10kts, which turned the day into a calm motor downwind. We were able to land a large Mahi-mahi around noon, which we cooked up into paella for dinner. After lunch students had an Oceanography class with Kris and a PSCT review with Sam, prepping for their second exam of four for their certification. Watch teams continued throughout the day and night as usual, landing a large Yellow Fin Tuna just as we were bringing in the lines for the night. Can anyone say Sashimi!?