We finally made it to Grenada!
If you take into account all three of our starts to Grenada, from St. Martin, Guadeloupe and St. Lucia, it took us 30 days, 23 hours and 10 minutes to get here. The last run from St. Lucia was scheduled to take around 24 hours. We made it just under that with 23 hours and 10 minutes. The trip was pleasant and no surprises.
We arrived around 07:20am and docked at the designated Quarantine Dock in Port Louie Marina as required. The officials arrived around 08:00am and processed us in. A little paperwork and a temperature check to make sure we were not running a fever. We then proceeded to the designated Quarantine Anchorage where we would remain for our two week quarantine. The anchorage is quite large so there is plenty of room but holding is hit or miss. After setting the hook, Renée swam out to verify that the anchor was firmly set on the bottom. She said the bottom was quite hard with a lot of coral, but the anchor seemed like it was in good.
After our second day, the wind picked up to around 30 knots and all of the boats in the anchorage were stretched out on their chain. From the looks of our anchor alarm watch program we use, it appeared that we may have drug about 35 feet and I did not like how close were had gotten to the catamaran anchored behind us. So we decided to move forward into an open spot that was a little shallower and reset our anchor. We remained here for the remainder of our two week quarantine without incident.