Location: Ladder Bay, Saba
After a long night of anchor watch we woke up to a windy morning ready to set our sails. Simon informed us that our passage to Saba would be thrilling, with waves and swells bigger than anything we have experienced and much stronger winds. We sped at almost 9knots from Statia to Saba in about half the expected time and when we arrived we tied up to a mooring ball on the North side of the Island. Once we were all situated, lunch was served and we all had a chance to take in our extreme surroundings. During the afternoon we all had a nap and caught up on our studies. After dinner we wound the day down with a MTE review class, as we are taking our final MTE exam on day 75.
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