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Captains Log - Wonderful Windjammer Sail to Eleuthera Island with Snorkeling and Music on Deck

Safe and sound in Nassau. 

This week we sailed to Eleuthera and explored some new territory. started off the week sailing to Egg Island where we snorkeled the wreck of an old fertilizer ship that is said to have burned in the 70's, although the wreck was filled with lionfish and grouper, we did not have a catch of the day to serve up. Hauled back and motored into the lee of egg island to drop the hook and spend a few hours before dinner hanging out on the beach. Enjoyed the musical talents of passengers Erica and Skyler before beginning our night transit towards Allabaster Bay. Following day was spent exploring the abandoned navy base. sailing the pea pod, and frisbee on the beach. next was a great sail to the calm anchorage of South Palmetto pt. where we made our way to the atlantic side beach bar "Tippy's" which Skyler made very apparent to have a very strong rum punch. Governors harbor came next, with Junkanoo practice in full swing some passengers were able to get a preview of the festivities to come. to top off a great week we finished it off with some snorkeling and pea pod sailing at rainbow cay where we were finally able to serve up a few lionfish.  passengers surely enjoyed themselves. We did leave Nassau with 10 passengers however only returned with eight. Matt and Jackie had already planned on spending the next two weeks in Eleuthera so we left them in rainbow cay after dinner friday night.
 
Captain Dylan Salzmann
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