Fixing the halyard was rather anti-climactic because once we got the mainsail back up all it did was flap around. We were completely becalmed. The air hung still and there wasn't even the smallest slightest breeze. There are three ways to deal with being becalmed. First, you start your engine and go on with your day. Our engine is broke so we didn’t have that option. Second, you can drift around, hot, sweaty, bored and frustrated. Third, you can keep yourself busy by fixing the boat, cleaning up and like the wind and waves you yourself become calm. So we stayed busy working on the boat and from time to time we would stand out on deck watching the beautiful fluffy clouds pass by. We were letting the peace and calm of the wind and seas seep into our mind and body. It’s the Zen approach to being becalmed.