Location: Young Island, St. Vincent
Today we set sail from Bequia to Saint Vincent. Leaving early in the morning, we flew all four sails and did not arrive until around lunchtime. Upon arriving in Saint Vincent, we had a seamanship class, taught by none other than our glorious and dreamy first mate Ian McCormack. As usual, it was hard to focus on what he was actually saying, for if you saw him, you too would be struck by his rosy, cherub cheeks or his piercing blue eyes. After class, the gang napped and then ate dinner. We had an oceanography class once dinner cleanup was finished and many crew members passed out from exhaustive fun promptly thereafter.
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