The radar shows the squalls around us.
A pair of adult Masked boobies landed on the water as we sailed past.
We used our clothes washer and clothesline on laundry day.
Dinner with melon, proscuitto and Dorothy's giant donut bread loaf
George shows off his triple-sealed certificate.
Shellbacks all, we enjoy the bubbly.
George & Penelope carried this fine champagne all the way from London. It was well worth the effort as we have not tasted this quality of bubbly for some time. Treat!
Sunsets are rather spectacular at the Equator.
The Equator is on fire.
A pod of dolphins raced to play in our bow waves.
Th;is appears to be an adult and a juvenile
The juvenile dolphin had been bitten by a cookie-cutter shark.
We all became wildlife photographers.
Leo landed a beautiful tuna.
Small dorsal fins and stripes down the side indicate that these might be spinner dolphins.
Looks like fun
Our GPS shows that we are about to cross the international date line, which is 180 degrees latitude.
Rainbows to leeward
Maxsea shows that ADAGIO is a few hours away from crossing the International Date Line