National Geographic



A No-Hitter

“Mariners call this a confused sea,” Captain Stu Buckle tells me.

An hour before sunrise, the Mermaid Sapphire had slipped out of her berth at the Australian Navy Yard and headed into the great open harbor. Forty minutes later we’re passing through the headlands into a dark-blue ocean with waves riding the crests of 6.6-foot (2-meter) swells.

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