With four of us aboard, Skipper Steve decided on a two-hour watch schedule. It promised easy work, with lots of rest. By the end of my 1700-1900 stint, the wind petered out and an hour later, we rolled in the jib and switched to motorboat mode. The Seawind 1190 Meriweather is outfit with a pair of 25-horsepower Hondas. All night (and it looks like most of today and possibly tonight) we alternated motors, two hours on port, two hour on starboard. So far, with a breeze under 6 knots, we’ve kept a steady 5- to 6-knot pace, while burning a little less than a gallon of gas an hour.