On-board Diary: Taking shelter from the wind
Author: Silvia García, marine scientist
Date: September 24, 2012
These days we are trapped in port by force 5 to 6 winds. Not only can we not work with the ROV, but the turbine has also been damaged. As always in these cases, patience and perseverance are of essence: we check morning and night to see if the wind will die down enough for us to leave. For now however, leaving before Thursday is unlikely, but we are using the time to identify the species that we have already caught on tape and to schedule upcoming ROV dives.
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