I pulled up the anchor today and found 20ft of nylon line twisted on the shank. So now I know why I dragged last month.
I just purchase 478 Liters of Diesel for 428EU. This is the first time since Nanny Key that I purchased fuel and most of the fuel went to charging the house bank. With the two additional solar panels, I should consume less fuel for charging.
As usual I was totally dry mouthed as I pulled into the fuel dock single handed with 12 Kts of wind and no current. The wind was in my favor. Docking was executed like a professional… Sometime I amaze myself at how well I can handle a 44ft - 38,000 lbs boat with a full keel and no bow thrusters. I event spun her around on departure in a 70 ft fairway with shoals on each side. Boy that really dried my mouth out, but I purchased and Orangina at the fuel dock to wet my whistle. I anchored out in Le Lagoon again for tonight. I will head to Marigot in the next day or two depending on bridge opening schedules for Catholic Holy Week. I'm running the fuel polisher now and likely all night to make sure the fuel is clean.