A day on the high seas unlike any other for on this day we sail with a new purpose-tacking. jibing! After leaving port with a bit of undirected vigor for which I am responsible, we set out to play in the sea. Sailors were put to three positions to control- Jib and Staysail, Foresail, and Main sheets- all shone with enthusiasm. As we came close to Guadeloupe the anchor was swallowed by the depths and all hands prepared to dive. The site for said diving mission was Jacques Cousteau Marine Park. All dove well and sated their appetite for the sea. Good even and may morrow bring scouring light to the creatures that plague the helm.
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