Location: Tyrrel Bay, Carriacou
Today the gang departed from Grenada mid-morning for the island of Carriacou. Due to light winds and an awkward approach angle, the crew had to make full use of the engines. The passage totaled approximately thirty miles and took around five and a half hours to complete. We had to avoid an underwater volcano, so it took a bit longer than I had expected. Upon dropping anchor in Tyrrel Bay, everyone enjoyed some down time before dinner. The crew finished the meal by sharing their most embarrassing moment from their childhood. Tomorrow we get to see the island of Carriacou and hopefully some of the renowned sloops that carry its namesake.
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