This morning is designated for sailing, something I’m eager to do. The wind is light, but there is enough to move us along. I love it when the motor goes quiet.
But our captains want more wind. . .and they want to test the boat a bit. . .and they want to take the course that requires the least amount of tacking – so they head far out into open water while the other boats play among the islands.
Eventually we do turn in toward the islands and I get to see some of the wonderful shoreline and rocky islets as we join the other boats at a gorgeous anchorage off Felicité Island.
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