Location: Prickly Bay Grenada
Today marked the close of our 2 day long passage from the island of Montserrat to the island of Grenada, which is the longest passage we will experience over the course of the entire voyage. Everyone was excited to finally anchor and there was an aura of pride throughout the entire crew when we finished cleaning and maintaining the boat from stern to bow.Laundry was taken to shore and groceries were brought back from shore as took care of getting ourselves ready for the next portion of our trip.After boat appreciation we ventured to port where some of us stayed at the local restaurant and enjoyed catching up with family as well as the good food, when others took a taxi and ventured farther into Grenada. After a couple hours of relaxation or adventure we all met up back at the dock and returned to Ocean Star where dinner was prepared and hastily eaten and enjoyed with a beautiful sunset in the background.
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