Coming North

From Lumbaz Logbook:

Today,28th of May 2016, at 0815 o’clock in the morning we crossed the Equator in the longitude of 106 degrees 07 minutes East. We had a light SE breeze whith squalls attended by showers of rain.
It has been, to the date, 740 days; 2 years and 10 days since we crossed the Equator and entered the Southern Hemisphere on our sail from Mexico to the Marquesas. The Southern Hemisphere, precisely the South Pacific Ocean has been our home ever since.
By leaving it today, on our northbound route, we leave behind many friends and memories.
Following the tradition, we all showed our respect and gratitude to King Neptune who has so vigilantly, followed us on our journey across the Pacific Ocean.

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