In the morning we went looking for the Menkrawit marls in the oil plantation that is now at the place were Leupold mapped them. Besides some heavily disturbed limestone ridges and a 1 square meter outcrop of a blue gray marl with ' Planostegina' and some float corals, this was not very succesful. In the afternoon we rented a boat and explored the sea-cliffs. We were not able to get ashore at the intended location, but in the limestone cliff we found a beautiful, probably Late Miocene, platy coral facies. Our new PSG team member Dedy is acting as a scale.