Day 9: We are shellbacks!

We crossed the equator this morning and we are officially in the South Pacific ocean! A proper ceremony was held and Neptune granted us permission to transition from lowly polliwog to honorable shellback. Photos and transcript to come when we get to wifi. We’re making good time now and the winds are in our favor, finally – must have something to do with that rum we gave Neptune. We should be pulling into Isla San Cristobal, Galapagos tomorrow.

Current location: Lat 00 07.680S Long 088 07.907W
Distance traveled: 136 NM

4 Comments on “Day 9: We are shellbacks!

  1. This has been awesome to follow, and yes, as a shellback, was curious if Wags would host a proper ceremony for the pollywogs!

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  2. So happy to hear things are going better now!! LOVE the photo!! Love ya, Mom

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