I had been cruising for about 2 hours at this point and I could just make out the land below the clouds in the distance. I was feelign pretty good about it. The way over, which we have no video from, we were in the biggest swells I have ever had the pleasure of riding. The bulk of them were 6-8 footers out of the south which kept turning the boat, and then 10-14 footers going north east which were were able to run in the same direction. Occasionally we'd get stuck between a couple of swells and have to wait for the next one to pick us up from behind. In the trough of the swell, the top of the wave behind us would be a few - several feet above the top of the radar arch on the back of the boat. IT WAS COOL!!!