We had intended to sail early this morning over to Saba however due to the weather and swell we held off until after lunch. This left the morning open to continue working and studying for the upcoming exams. There was one particular unusual aspect to today’s sail however as it was going to be an entirely student led activity. Despite a couple of problems, everything went well and we made it to Saba under control and without a hitch. Our first choice anchorage did not work out as the swells were too large on that side of the island so we motored for a bit longer and picked up a mooring in Saba’s lee. Tonight is our Oceanography final.
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