Wednesday, May 17th 1916

After a first rate night’s sleep and a seawater bath went to breakfast with a good appetite. No trace of seasickness in the ship. The only fault the boat has is she is slow – about 14 knots – but she’s very steady. About 10 a.m. we passed thro’ the strait between Zea and the mainland and continued our course westward until we got off the mainland running south when we ran parallel with the coastline.

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Wednesday, May 17th 1916

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