After the surge that night I wanted to leave the docks, but I wasn't quite sure how to get off single handed without causing damage. In the end I waited for the bulk of my fellow Jeanneau owners to depart in order to return their charter boats on time and then found that getting off the dock was easy after all, as the wind had shifted a bit and blew me off the docks. I set sail and went back to Diamond Cay, the return trip taking far less time than going upwind to Peter Island. I went ashore and walked around a bit and otherwise just relaxed a bit as I'd not gotten as good a night's sleep as I am accustomed to. I used the paddle board again and worked on some minor boat tasks today and made a juicy steak for dinner.

Jeanneau Flag Jeanneau Flag flying at Peter Island
(2016-03-19 07:55:04 NIKON D7100 [f/2.8, 1/3200s] ISO 100)
Jeanneau Flag
Final breakfast One last breakfast for this crew before embarking on the long journey back home
(2016-03-19 07:44:41 NIKON D7100 [f/13.0, 1/50s] ISO 100)
Final breakfast
Jeanneau fleet at the docks The group's yachts at the docks on Peter Island
(2016-03-19 07:48:19 NIKON D7100 [f/22.0, 1/60s] ISO 100)
Jeanneau fleet at the docks
Flags at the Marina The Peter Island flag along with the Jeanneau emblem flying at the entrance to the marina
(2016-03-19 07:40:07 NIKON D7100 [f/13.0, 1/160s] ISO 100)
Flags at the Marina
Jeanneau fleet at the docks The group's yachts at the docks on Peter Island
(2016-03-19 07:52:03 NIKON D7100 [f/10.0, 1/50s] ISO 100)
Jeanneau fleet at the docks
Drying out the Fenders After the ordeal that they put up with at Peter Island, the fenders got a good washing and drying before being stowed belowdecks
(2016-03-19 14:47:44 NIKON D7100 [f/14.0, 1/50s] ISO 100)
Drying out the Fenders
Docklines drying The docklines got a good washing and drying before being stored
(2016-03-19 14:47:46 NIKON D7100 [f/14.0, 1/10s] ISO 100)
Docklines drying
 
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