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No wind for our return to Charlestown, Nevis and the sea state was moderate as well so a long seven hours to get back. Customs was closing at 16:00 so we were trying to get there in time so we could go to dinner on-shore. I arrived at their office at 16:10 and they were kind enough to help out and clear me in but immigration (at the Police station) and paying for our mooring at the Port Authority had to wait until the next day as they were already closed.
Another nice dinner at Sunshines where we presented him with a St. Kitts and Nevis ensign that we used during our Atlantic crossing in November. He has flags from all over and we wanted him to know we appreciated his good food and service. We re-provisioned at the local supermarket in preparation to sail north to visit St. Eustatius (Statia) and Saba before continuing back to St. Martin over the weekend.
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