After 17 smooth hours at sea our crew, Mike and Al, arrived in Guanaja. The weather was ideal and the boat ran well so it was a pretty easy trip. There was a lot of open water, but there was plenty to see. Starting with 8 jumping dolphins riding the bow of the boat at sunset. Then the “super” moonrise soon after, with the largest moon of the year. There were also 3 planets visible: Venus, Mars and Saturn. Then the moon set and the sun rose, both equally amazing over the open sea.
Arriving in Guanaja was a magical sight. Green mountains were visible for 25 miles and the isolation of the island was apparent. There was a big sigh of relief when the boat passed through the NE channel and the Caribbean blue water welcomed the boat into shallow waters. The boat is now home for the summer in the boat house. Ready for action, and the ideal boat for all our activities.