In September 2011, two undergraduate students and one of our engineers took five boats to the Philippines. They were joined by professors from the University of the Philippines and from local aid organizations. Primary testing lasted for one week, after which our engineer and one of the students returned home leaving the other undergraduate student to continue testing. Testing was performed in several locations including Laguna de Bay, Taal volcano, a village during flooding in the aftermath of twin typhoons and a fish farm. A key aim was to have all five boats in the water at the same time, under the control of the same operator. This was achieved a number of times. In total, there were more than 15 tests in seven different locations.