Location: Caribbean Sea
Today was our first full day under passage. With constant winds of between 10-25kts we have been sailing on a course of 200degrees for the last 24 hours with only a quick repite when we turned our engine on for an hour or so last night. We have been trolling fishing line behind the boat with little success at the momen; I guess the fish are few and far between when you have 4000ft under your keel. At night the stars are brilliant and we watch as the constellations dance across the sky. Orion with his two hunting dogs pursuing Taurus and the Seven Sisiters all the way to the horizon. And even the Southern Cross gave a showing in the early hours of the morning. Routine becomes the name of the game on passage and I think everyone is looking forward to arriving in Grenada sometime tomorrow morning hopefully.
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