The dolphins were everywhere and visible in the waters. The plovers screeched as they flew over head.
We cruised into St. John's Yacht Harbor for the night. We were close to slack tide but the current was still very strong. This is a lovely marina. We stayed here about a year and a half ago but we didn't use the pool this time. We took the courtesy car to dinner. We hadn't planned it but ended up at a fun Irish Pub. The sign outside defined pubs.
Today, we left at high tide early in the morning. We were going through some areas known for skinny water. We made it through Elliott Cut with no problems. Tide was dropping out though and created strong currents as headed into Charleston and across the harbor. Fort Sumter was off our starboard.
Tomorrow, we will start out early again to travel with the tide as we head north.