As we decide to take a different route a faster route to get south. The further south you are, the safer you are to be out of its a path of a hurricane.(Hurricane season is from Jun 1st – Nov 3) For us it meant to head East and straight into the Atlantic for a long voyage of non stop sailing for an estimated time of 10 days. Our longest sail yet! That was the plan… or so we thought? Most sailors are either going north or have already settled in for the season, as for us we were still gonna make our way to Grenada.  We check the weather one last time and decide to go for it….wow it was so calm


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