Location: On the way to Grenada
We began today with a hearty breakfast of bacon and eggs which would fortify us for our upcoming passage. Today we are starting off our passage to Grenada and the weather forcast calls for clear skies and favourable winds. We are sailing along under a reefed main sail, fore sail, stay sail and jib making approximately 7kts under a sunny sky. So far everyone seems to be feeling well and our 3 hour watch team schedule has given us the opportunity to see our surroundings. The stars have come out this evening and the wind is holding so it is set to be a beautiful nights sailing. Its been a great day on Ocean Star.
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