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Anse Matin, Martinique

April 1, 2016

We are now back in Martinique in Anse Matin, a very sheltered bay close to Fort de France. We sailed a night sail from Bequia on Tuesday afternoon and had a windy and wet night with rather steep 2-2.5 meter swell from north east. With Tina Princess’ heavy displacement and semi long keel we still felt comfortable and had no problems with sleep. Yesterday was a shopping day and we all invested in swim gear and t-shirts.


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