Location: Passage to Grenada
Our second day of passage to Grenada started off to be very relaxing. Watch groups enjoyed the view of dolphins jumping in front of the bow before the sun even rose. The weather was calm and Ocean Star continued to plow through the waves at about 7 knots. While enjoying a delicious dinner made by Boomer and Conor M., one of our fishing lines that were towed off the stern began to pull. Mick, Boomer and Kyle managed to reel in a 40lb Wahoo. Everyone is very excited for lunch tomorrow!
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