Location: Pan de Sucre to Guadeloupe
Early this morning we set the sails from Pain de Sucre and headed over to Guadeloupe. We were able to sail under full sail for the first time in the trip. All hands were on deck to set the fisherman and the flying jib as we made way. Arriving right at lunch we took down the sails. After lunch we headed out to the Jacques Cousteau Marine Park at Pigeon Island for a dive. We dove in two groups and circumnavigated the smaller of the two islands. While we were down on the bottom we got our pictures taken with Jacques’ statue. Once back aboard we got the boat ready for a night sail and shortly after dinner we broke into watch teams and headed for Antigua.
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