Location: Charlestown, Nevis
Today aboard Ocean Star we started our day at the wee hours of the morning with watch teams starting at 12 am, and 4 am and at 8 am and another at 12 pm we were separated into three watch teams each one doing 4 hours on watch and 8 hours off to rest up. On watch team two, we were greeted by the street lights of the island Saba as we passed by. We watched the sunrise, and we were hit by two small squalls. After the squalls passed, there was a double rainbow, and many of the crew were excited to see them. We pulled into Charlestown, Nevis, at around 2 o’clock and dropped anchor. For a couple of the crew members, they were glad to see land again. We had a wonderful dinner with the volcano in the back round and the sunset in the background creating pink clouds around the volcano. After dinner, we cleaned up and watched one of our fellow crew members get a hair cut from our resident hairstylist team: Hunter and Anastasia. That’s all for now!
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