I had to go out of town today, so did not get to witness the draining of the bridgedeck first-hand. I’m told it was impressive. Not just the quantity of water, but also the variety. Apparently it was a panoply of colors and smells. The crew took pictures and saved samples for my later enjoyment. Our human test kit reported that the brown liquids burn mightily in open cuts. Interesting. For my own sanity, I think we’re going to have to consider permanent drains in these areas.
Repairs of the port keel and stern were begun. There's an area on the bottom of the starboard keel that needs attention, but will have to wait until we shift the blocks.