We dropped anchor at 1330, position N14deg,18min. W081deg,13min. We found a big US Coast Guard Cutter hanging out here...patrolling these waters. The ship wrecks are numerous--big ones visible as landmarks. But no land in sight. This area and the Nicaraguan Coast area have a spotted history of banditos and much drug running...that's why sailing in company of other boats is a safety factor. We had a great sail last night; still beating to windward but the seas were managable and we were able to keep up 6-7knots with full sail. We are in constant company with Willow-hopefully their fish catching skills will rub off on us! We always have minor repairs to tend to after a passage. This time a (fish) line for our Dutchman Reefing system broke, so we'll replace it here. And the rig needs tuning...we replaced all standing rigging before we left Florida and it's been doing it's breaking it stuff and stretching as expected. Last sail a reef line broke--we were using an old line. As the expression goes: repairing your boat in exotic places. Wish I could send pictures...it'll have to wait for internet access! So we're off to explore the bottom again...and then get a good rest. wish you could see the different colors of blue in this area of the ocean.