|Latitude||Longitude||Date / Time (UTC)||Depth (m)||Speed (kts)||Course (°T)||Comment||23° 51.019' N||109° 31.608' W||09 May 2018 08:25||None||5.8||303||Getting close. Calm morning. Little to no wind.||23° 15.81' N||108° 11.736' W||08 May 2018 18:25||None||7.3||311||100 miles to go. A beautiful sunset this evening was made magical when a huge pod of dolphins showed up to race along with Solstice for about an hour. My last sunset as a non-circumnavigator. Magic.||22° 28.692' N||107° 12.783' W||08 May 2018 08:25||None||7.2||312||Motor sailing with a nice wind but too light to get us there by daylight if I don't keep up the speed. R2 has some type of failure that is intermittent. After about 3 hours he's started working again like a champ holding course. It's always something. Closing the circumnavigation gap.||21° 48.019' N||106° 28.61' W||07 May 2018 18:30||None||7.0||321||Passing the Maria Islands at sunset with Totem. All is well.||20° 45.145' N||105° 34.58' W||07 May 2018 10:25||82.0||6.5||282||Headed into the Sea of Cortez. R2 (the autopilot) is struggling a bit to keep course. Arrrrr.|
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