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We left Block Island in a very narrow weather window squeezed between two nasty low pressure systems that spawned huge thunderstorms.We shoved off and vectored about 80 miles offshore before the wind clocked around to the NW, giving us a sweet ride south. Through the night, we watched colossal storms booming over a hundred miles away. They pulsed with lightning, but stood alone under the stars. The video is composed of 15 to 30 second segments of our trip south. Enjoy the surprise at the end!

Posted by All Aboard S/V Caprica on Saturday, August 25, 2018

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