Wednesday, June 9, 2010


Our engineering coordinator proclaimed the end of the Sirena 10 sea trial. The visual observers came down from the flying bridge and the arrays were brought onboard. The Captain kicked up the speed and with haste (it’s all relative) we head to Malaga, Spain.

The third phase of the cruise would not have been a success without the contributions of our science and ship crews. Most of the science crew will depart in Spain and only a few Italian residents will continue on the return transit to La Spezia. To those that depart us, fair winds and following seas.

Stay tuned on the blog because over the next few days we will summarize the accomplishments of the trial. But until then, for the next few hours, we will enjoy seeing the sites of historic Malaga and eating paella on the sandy beaches.

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