If the weather follows the models this time tomorrow will see a high pressure ridge drop down from the north and push the tradewinds far to the south of us. It looks like several days of light and variable winds.
Based on that we expect to be underway out into the ocean about noon tomorrow to cover the 240 miles or so to Mayaguana. Depending on which model is “more right” we could end up motoring for most of the 2 days it will take us to get to there. There is a place or two along the way that might tempt us to stop if the weather is settled enough, but Plan A is to to go all the way in one straight shot.