The Mayflower sets sail

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The Mayflower sets sail.

The Mayflower was at sea for 66 days and they were running out of food. They were transporting important goods like cloths and wine from England. The Mayflower was not a very big ship. The ship was 20 feet tall and 20 feet wide. The Mayflower set sail late because there was a delay with all the people not being there at the dock.