Mackinac Island to Les Chenneaux Islands
Finally we had the perfect day for sailing. The winds were 10-20 knots out of the west which meant we’d be running downwind to the Les Chenneauxs. We started with 2 foot seas on our port quarter and the genoa poled out to port with the main held with a preventer to starboard. As the winds built we ended up on a broad reach with a single reef in the main.