Location: Underway to Jamaica
The days have started to blend together as the crew settles into the watch rotation. We continue to strive for the horizon with hopes of seeing land, regardless of what our diminishing ETA says. We maintained a good speed until late today when the wind died down, but with seas this flat it was only a matter of time (We all blame Al). Though this has been our longest voyage to date, not a person on board has gotten sea sick. This could be attributed to the calm water or the medication, either way I may have just jinxed it. Class underway is still as difficult as ever and oceanography presentations are much more humorous when the presenter struggles to keep balance. We ate a large dinner of lasagna together and destroyed a carrot cake before settling back into the watch schedule for another night of being conscious at strange hours. Hopefully we will arrive late tomorrow, and hopefully they have pizza in Jamaica.
Related VoyageView All Voyages
via Antigua, Aruba, Jamaica, Cuba, Bahamas, BVI
This is the trip for the adventurer who's looking for more -you'll explore the Lesser Antilles, The ABC Islands, Jamaica, Cayman the Bahamas and the British Virgin Islands. You'll scuba dive (day and night) among century-old shipwrecks, hike one of the world's only two boiling lakes, and absorb the history, geography and culture of the islands along the way. Sailing full circle, you'll compete in the world-famous Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta at the adventure's climax.View Details