We started the day by coming to the anchorage of Saint Pierre in Martinique, which is one of the Caribbean French colonies that we will visit. We all came to the anchorage excited about how well passage had gone and hungry for some of the French baguettes we could smell coming in. It was a very smooth and fun sail. Although that meant that I didn’t get to sleep until 6:18 after we eventually took down the sails. The rest of the day went really smoothly. We spent the morning doing boat appreciation. After lunch, some people had to write the final details on their OCE papers and work on their presentations, due today. Mine was about mangroves and wetlands. It went okay. After we got through all the presentations, we had dinner, and later we watched a documentary about white sharks that included insights on forensic examination on some specimens.
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