Hi guys, Andy here. I'm packing up the last of my gear for an early morning departure to Tortola! I'll be rendezvousing with our first mate Jake Albano in Tortola, and together we'll be spending the next two days getting Serenity, the Shannon 43 ketch, ready for her passage to Grenada! 

We'll be joined on Saturday by the rest of the crew - Tom from Iowa, Steve & Paula from just outside Toronto, and Andrew, also from Toronto. Those four brave souls will be embarking on an offshore passage of about 500 miles, direct to Grenada. it's my chance to follow through on what's become my passage making motto - that is, to share the wisdom of the high seas with those wise enough to seek it out. I'm thankful that Tom, Steve, Paula & Andrew were indeed wise enough to follow through! 

We'll be posting regular updates (or Mia will be), indicating our position and what's been happening onboard, so follow this blog to join in the fun from back home! Photos, stories and perhaps a podcast or two will follow upon our return! 

ote that all posts from this trip will be tagged 'Serenity Passage.'

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