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Voyage QUADRANT MAP
Gabalagos Islands - Map Three
Last Voyage of USS CONSTELLATION CV-64
9/10/14  0600     Dist.  145 mi.       Winds LT SE                Seas:  2'-3'
                   We slowed down for 3 days due to current off shore. Eta will be afternoon on 15th.   
                   Agent may want us to wait for 16 am Dwaine
9/11/14  0600     Dist.  140 mi.       Winds LT N                   Seas:  1'-2'
9/12/14  0600     Dist.  136 mi.       Winds LT NW                Seas:  2'
 It's really nice out here. Nice to get by the active storm area to our north. Dwaine
9/13/14  0600     Dist.  120 mi.       Winds NW                     Seas:  1'
9/14/14  0600     Dist.  120 mi.       Winds SW 10                Seas:  2'-3'
9/15/14  0600     Dist.    74 mi.       Winds Variable             Seas:  2'-3'
                Adjusted route to arrive on schedule. Dwaine
9/16/14  Click PANAMA on map above.
9/17/14   06.00 Finished W/fueling ops @2120 9/16/2014…
Preparing to Reconnect W/ Constellation. Dwaine.
9/17/14   20.00
Corbin Foss Reconnected Tow to Constellation. Standing by anchored on our tow gear while waiting for the Second Tug "Rachel" to sort out tow winch repairs.  Tow winch was repaired
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Both tugs will tow Constellation. Click "Panama" on map above for details.
9/17/14   25.55 U/W from Balboa, Panama anchorage  for Valparaiso, Chile
*Running Slow until we get into deeper water to let out more tow wire*
                         Dist. 13nm            Winds NW 10-15    Seas:  2'-3'                 W/2nd Tug Rachel
9/18/14  0600    Dist. 80.7nm.        Winds Nly 5-10       Seas:  Nly 1'  Swl 3'  W/2nd Tug Rachel
9/19/14  0600    Dist. 152.3nm.      Winds SW 10-15     Seas:  SSW 3'-4'       W/2nd Tug Rachel
                       We are 1000' plus Forward of 2nd tug. They have a lot of leeway to follow our lead but do need to pay
                       attention. Their draft is less with less tow wire so their gear is much shallower than ours. Dwaine
9/20/14  0600    Dist. 134.2nm       Winds Sly 15            Seas:  Sly 3'-4'          W/2nd Tug Rachel
9/21/14  0600    Dist. 132.3nm       Winds SW 10            Seas:  SW 2'-3'          W/2nd Tug Rachel
              Crossed Equator in forenoon, being due east of Galapagos Islands - See map above.
              Was the 3 Polly Wogs aboard Corbin Foss initiated to become Shellbacks?
9/22/14  0600    Dist. 131.4nm       Winds SSW 15          Seas:  SSW 3'-4'       W/2nd Tug Rachel
9/23/14  0600    Dist. 130.9nm       Winds Sly 20-25      Seas:  Sly 5'-6'          W/2nd Tug Rachel
Southerly wind and seas are slowing us down some. Tow is riding really well, as are the tugs. Dwaine
9/24/14  0600    Dist. 118.7nm       Winds SSE 10-15      Seas:  Sly 4'-6'          W/2nd Tug Rachel
              *Changes to route; 61nm subtracted from total distance to go.*  Dwaine
9/25/14  0600    Dist. 111.2nm       Winds Sly -15            Seas:  Sly 5'-8'          W/2nd Tug Rachel
9/26/14  0600    Dist. 120.7nm       Winds SSE -15           Seas:  Sly 5'-8'          W/2nd Tug Rachel
9/27/14  0600    Dist. 116.6nm       Winds SE -15             Seas:  Sly 4'-8'          W/2nd Tug Rachel
9/28/14  0600    Dist. 102.4nm       Winds Sly -10             Seas:  Sly 3'-5'         W/2nd Tug Rachel
                  Standing By in Callao Anchorage, awaiting arrival of on coming crew.
                  Capt Jon Larson Aboard @ 0840.        Capt Dwaine Whitney off tug @0925
                  Cleared for Departure, U/W for Valparaiso @ 0950


DIST TO Valparaiso: 1246.5nm     
ETA: 10/8/2014  
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