Our time of departure was a busy one. It was another long wait in line.
We were riding a little higher than before, due to offloading a full third of the containers we had been carrying. What we took on from this port was not even half that difference.
Tomas is pleased with the progress P is making in the Purser’s position. He didn’t even have to recommend that the two containers destined for our next port be placed on deck. P made that decision without anyone’s tutelage.
However, his brother G is having a struggle in his position. He has not been accepted by the men assigned to serve under him.
Elijah and I will meet with him tomorrow.