This was a trip of three amigos with time off for a boy's vacation. The boat was chosen because it was recommended by Abbie and we are so glad. Other than a Toucan Share apron there were many Toucans. Of the three only I have sailed for years (since 1976) mostly on monohulls, I like the thrill. The other two were power boat owners. After this trip, the other two can do a pretty good job without me. I like leaving the Passage for greeener pastures, this time we started at Little Harbor in Peter island and moved on to Money Bay the next, South on the caribbean to Virgin Gorda and Anegada was next, followed by Lee Bay in Great Camanoe onto Cane Garden and Little Jost Van Dyke where we had a lobster Zen moment at Abe's. Last night we spent at Benours on Norman Island some fantastic 10 days. The boat itself was the best equipped I have ever chartered. Just putting things back in place will take cleaners a whole day. It had everything but problems. It also had a saloon with room to spare. I have sailed the same hull with different configurations before, but this one with the three cabin layout was the roomiest.