Location: Saint Eustatius
This morning we woke up to a breakfast of eggcellent eggs. After clean up we sailed the 30nm to Statia. During the sail the fishermen onboard caught a 15pound Mahi Mahi which caused much excitement and was one of the highlights of the sail. Foe most of the sail there were light winds and clear skies with the wind picking up as we rounded the point into Statia. Once we arrived in Statia, everyone went for a swim and hung out. For dinner a feast was prepared with Ryan manning the grill and cooking the Mahi to perfection and with Adam and Holly in the Galley preparing some real Mashed potatoes and Vegetables. Today was a great day with the topic of discussion mainly being that of disbelief as to how quickly the end of the trip is sneaking up on us.
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