Back in May, engineer Damon McMillan announced that his two-year garage project would start making its 2,000-mile solo voyage on Memorial Day. As planned, the solar-powered Seacharger entered Californian water on May 30, but didn't get very far. A software bug forced the attempt to be abandoned. A couple of weeks later, though, and the 8-foot long craft was on its way again. And just over 41 days after relaunch, it arrived safely at Mahukona, Hawaii.
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