From sun up to sun down the crew of Argo enjoyed 360 degree views of nothing but water. It was a pretty uneventful day that began with sailing but switched to motoring early this morning. We had a bit of excitement right after lunch when Bret almost caught us another tuna. As visions of a fish dissection (instead of the upcoming marine bio and oceanography classes) and fresh fish for dinner danced in our heads, Simon reached down to haul the tuna in only to have it slip free and swim safely away- much to Beaker’s delight. Visions scattered, we went on with cleanup and trudged to class. Apparently another fish was caught and released while we were in class, so our fish dinner will have to wait for another day.
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