You've got a pretty decent window; from the current forecast
, it looks like you've got fairly moderate east winds (9-14knts), seas 2-3 ft on Thursday and a bit lighter on Friday. You'll be on the wind
but hopefully not on the nose. Biggest thing is to know what you'll be facing on the way back (Sunday night?). If it's still east, you'll have a nice ride back. The key thing to remember is that the most dangerous piece of equipment
on a boat is a calendar. Cruiser's have destinations, not ETA's. In other words, be smart cap if the weather
turns against you, it's better to change your schedule and be safe and have fun. Good luck.