On March 4th we finally go our zarpe, and we able to leave Puerto Williams.
Even though we had our zarpe there was still the formality of waiting for a pilot to show up as Pelagic Australis was lashed outside of us and displaces over 50 tons.
Our honor guard escorting us out of the Micalvi.
A crew in motion is a happy crew.
We motored through the night so the Swedish scientist on board could get right to work, so we got to see a few of Chile's automated light stations.
A nice sunset from a different location!
Evening light on the water is nice.