This video shows a hawksbill turtle swimming near Bonaire in the Caribbean.
From Dutch daily Leidsch Dagblad, 16 july 2007, by Trix van Bennekom:
Kralendijk- The mood is excited as workers and volunteers of Sea Turtle Conservation Bonaire go on their way in a small boat for a special mission. Tonight, they hope to provide a marine turtle with a satellite transmitter.
The transmitter is a present from Queen Beatrix [of the Netherlands], the turtle will be named after her granddaughter Eloïse. …
Protected by a bush, [the turtle] digs a hole. In that hole, she lays her eggs for two hours, 150 eggs.
The royal hawksbill turtle is 86 centimeter long, over 100 kilogram in weight, and thirty years old. …
In a few weeks’ time, the queen will be able to see the trail of the turtle Eloïse [on the Internet].
Pacific sea turtles: here.