Spent several days anchored off the Pigeon Island. The wind howled the first night, when we arrived. But after that, it calmed down and we enjoyed our time there.

I'm writing these after the fact, so most of that time was covered in the last post.

After saying goodbye to the Coxes, we resupplied, did pre-arrival COVID-19 tests and sailed up North to Antigua.


I don't remember much about the sail up, but it looks like we got good wind and had a nice easy sail. We went straight into our usual corner off Pigeon Beach, where we found Mark at anchor on "Pom".


Antigua was teeming with racing yachts for the RORC Caribbean 600. John and I went out on the dinghy to catch the winners streaking over the line with raised hulls, outside Freeman Bay.

Time on the water: 7:35
Distance covered: 53.0nm
Avg speed: 7.0kts
Max speed: 9.6kts
Max speed: 11kts
Crew: John, Stefano, Clare

Navionics Track


Comments powered by Disqus