Today's weather was much better than the day before and after going ashore to clear out (it turns out we don't need to clear out of St. Martin for St. Barths, but do need to clear in there) and have breakfast, we prepared the boat for Wolfgang's first sail. The wind conditions were light and the swell was down so the sail was a calm one with no stress as we tacked upwind in order to reach our destination, Anse Marcel. After we finally reached that anchorage and proceeded to drop anchor we realized that the swell was sideways to the boat and quite uncomfortable so we weighed anchor again and sailed back downwind to Grand Case, where we'd stopped for a quick lunch earlier in the day. Instead of making our steaks aboard we opted to sample the fine cuisine ashore and had a tasty dinner along the main strip prior to heading back to the boat for postprandial drinks and a deep sleep.

Wolfgang steering the boat Wolfgang at the helm of Zanshin between St. Martin and Anguilla in the picture background.
(2012-01-19 17:43:02 NIKON D7000 with a "18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6" lens. [f/6.3, 1/160s] ISO 100 Focus 3.76m)
Wolfgang steering the boat
Air Caraibe landing at Grand Case Small commercial aircraft on the approach over the boat and houses in Grand Case
[18°6'22.34"N 63°3'23.09"W (facing S)]
Air Caraibe landing at Grand Case
Glow after sunset The skies aglow, even after the sunset at Grand Case in St. Martin
[18°6'17.06"N 63°3'24.64"W (facing W)]
Glow after sunset
Rack of Lamb and seafood dinner My rack of lamb and Wolfgang's seafood mix at our restaurant in Grand Case.
[18°6'8.89"N 63°3'21.16"W ]
Rack of Lamb and seafood dinner
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