We took the boat up to Calabash Bay on the northwest shore of Long Island. This will be a better jumping point to go up to Conception Island tomorrow.
The sail was good, though a little slow as we were downwind the whole way. We put out the mizzen, main, and genoa. Kris and I set up the whisker pole for the genoa as well. An old friend showed up to help us.
Calabash had a strong surge rolling through the waters. We were rocking the night away in our anchorage.
To celebrate the successful sail, I put together a chocolate banana pie. I hope the sailing is good tomorrow, and perhaps not so downwind.