|Martha's Vineyard to Nantucket|
As I pulled forward, Ann and Elana had to released the spring lines, and we noticed that on both sides, our lines were intermingled with lines from the other boats. I quickly had them pull the lines out through the loops, which isn't that easy with 50 foot lines as the boat is moving forward. Fortunately, we pulled it off without a hitch and were on our way.
|Leaving Martha's Vineyard behind|
As I approached the harbor, I noticed a famous lighthouse called Brand Point and snapped the following photo. If it looks familiar it's because I photographed a replica of this very lighthouse in Mystic at the Seaport Museum. The one here was built in 1901 (rebuilt after fires destroyed an earlier version), and the one in Mystic is relatively new, so it's in much better shape!
|Brand Point Lighthouse on Nantucket|
|Sababa on a mooring ball in Nantucket|
|Main Street in Nantucket|
|The Rubins (minus Tamara) about to take a bike tour of Nantucket|
|At Brand Point Lighthouse|
|Flowers along the driveway|
|Posing by the beach with Elana and Benny|
|Old windmill in Nantucket|
|Don't quit our day jobs|
We then dingied back to land and found a nice restaurant for dinner. On the way back to the boat after dark, Elana snapped a nice picture of Sababa on a mooring at night. The Prestige is blinged out with fancy blue lights.
|Sababa at night|