We motored off the anchor at 38 amps, navigated around the breakwater, pointed into the wind, and got the main and foresails up. We were moving very nicely, making 5.6 knots out of 11.4 knots of wind. The bilge pump’s auto float switch got activated, this time correctly. We checked for any signs of water intrusion, but found nothing, so just ran the pump and kept sailing. It was desperately hot, bright, and quiet – impossible to avoid the sun. There were massive fires on shore, putting up clouds of smoke. I ended up feeling like I was being baked on a rack or inside a smoker!