Sailing Day 1

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November 21st 2005
Published: October 1st 2017
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Geo: 25.0533, -77.3273

Lots to do in the morning. Paul, Keegan, and Pas took a refresher dive course in the morning while Kyla, Mum and I walked to Abaco Resort for breakfast - because the power was out everywhere else. Then the boat briefing, chart briefing.
While Pas and Mum went to early lunch, Paul and Keegan went to dive and Kyla and I hauled all the groceries (purchased Saturday) onto our catamaran, Island Girl.
All finally done - with lots and lots of going back to Moorings, saying, "We didn't get x," or "Y doesn't work."
Got away to Man o'War Cay. Motored as it was late - and into the wind. Very narrow opening into harbour. Looked for moorings in less inhabited side, but these were all private. So to the settlement side and picked up a mooring.
Sat and hand rum drinks. After sunset, went into town. Everything was shut down for Sunday night - very quiet, except for the dressed-up ladies in golf carts heading over to Gospel Chapel.
Nothing for dinner - so had pasta and salad on board. Then read for a bit. Howling wind and squalls all night. Nice to be comfortably moored.

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