"After a day of motor-napping due to some seemingly tumultuous weather, Scout is now headed eastbound again and almost 240 miles from home. As of this writing, scout is at 41° 43’ 23.16” N, 66° 35’ 46.29” W. This puts scout just a few miles east of the eastermost point in the continental USA which is West Quoddy Head in Lubec, Maine.
"Scout is still over the George's Bank fishing grounds, and in about 250 feet of water. The nearest land to Scout is now the southern point Nova Scotia, Canada."
After several tries, the unmanned, robotic vessel launched 11 days ago from Fogland Beach in Tiverton on its voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to Spain.
If successful, Scout is expected to become the first unmanned boat to cross the Atlantic Ocean above water.