Location: Bequia, Grenadines
We departed from Mayreau at 0600, ate breakfast underway. The wind was good the whole say, filling our sails. Without the aid of the motor, we made about 6 knots. But then, as we approached Bequia and as we were in sight of Admiralty bay, sinister clouds rolled in, blocking our view of the bay and Ocean Star. The rain was pelting us as we stood off outside the channel for almost an hour. Finally the weather cleared and we got our first glimpse of the beautiful Bequia. Note: photos not available as it was way too wet to take our cameras out!
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