A brisk breeze and full Sail The following morning all hands readied to disembark into vast expanse of the Bismarck Sea. We motored our way past the Beehives (named by Captain Cortland Simpson in 1872 for their unique shape) to the mouth of the harbor where a slight breeze began to rise. The crew’s excitement grew- even the slightest wind meant we would cast sail, for the size of the MV’s sail could generate enough of its own wind to make way. An excitement and energy filled the deck as the crew made ready. The giant sail (the largest in the world) emerged from the boom overhead. As its massive 12,000 sq. ft. surface began to fill with wind the boat began to heel…