Hauled out at Carriacou
We weighed anchor around 10 a.m. and set off round the leeward side of Grenada to head for Carriacou with light E/NE winds. It felt good to be out sailing again and Macushla was enjoying the romp to windward. The previous day Skipper had donned his diving gear and cleaned up the hull and propeller, so progress was good.
We decided to anchor off Ronde Island, to the north of Grenada, rather than risk having to enter Tyrell Bay, Carriacou in the fading light and enjoyed a very pleasant, though slightly rolly, night.
View from the cockpit off Ronde Island whilst enjoying an arrival beer:
We arrived mid-morning at Tyrell Bay in readiness for our planned haul out at Carriacou Marine the next morning:
View from the Cockpit: