Round Bay, St John, U.S. Virgin Islands
After a short, but none too pleasant motor sail in gusty, squally conditions and a lumpy sea, we were nicely tucked in to our chosen anchorage in Round Bay, St John. This particular bay is not part of the National Park and so we were able to anchor. Another great anchorage with very clean and flat water, so we once again made the most of the lovely swimming conditions.
As ever, there’s always a need to focus on the jobs list…
Skipper busy replacing the fan in one of our computers; fortunately no bits left over after re-assembly and we’re up and running again: