Day 18 started bright and early, with the watches continuing from the day before. It’s now day 2 of our Martinique to Bonaire passage, and there is no land in sight! A short while after lunch clean-up, we spotted something off our starboard side, and Boomer made the call to alter course and investigate it. It turned out to be a windsurfing board. It seemed to be in bad shape, so we left it adrift. At about 1600 hours, we spotted a whale off the starboard side as well, courtesy of Dash. Dinner was a delicious chicken concoction crafted by our head chef Sydney from her Grandma’s recipe. It turned out better than she expected, and I had seven pieces of chicken and about six servings of rice. Well, that’s your typical day onboard Argo while on passage; nice life till next time.
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