At anchor!

22-22N 72-59W; anchopred off Mayaguana in the SE Bahamas

22° 21' 43.2" N, 72° 58' 59.4" W

Markus

Dropped the hook about noon today, in Abrahams's Bay off Mayaguana - an unbelievably undeveloped place for an official port of entry to the Bahamas - very beatiiful. Logged just over 800 nm from Charleston, SC and it was a hard slog, essentially sailing close hauled ever since we came out of the main axis of the Gulf Stream last Saturday. Everything is solidly salt coated from constant spray and waves over bow - so we hope for some rain squalls tonight to clean things up. We're officially in the tropics now (22°22' North) and the water temperature has positively improved since Maine... Ready to catch up on some sleep now... we hope to continue towards Jamaica next Tue/Wed - weather permitting - stay tuned...

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I'm glad you made it safe and sound to the Bahamas! All the best on your second leg to Jamaica. Hopefully smoother sailing for all of you. No baby yet!

Hello beautiful and amazing traveling family!! Hope you are well. I plan on living vicariously a little bit through you and your travels!! Good luck, be well and take care. Look forward to reunion again on PEAKS! xxxooo jos, nick, ksenia, misha

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