On top of a chest sits a model of the ship Santa Maria, the flagship of Columbus on his first voyage attempt to discover the New World. People generally don’t build historic models of cars, planes or ships that weren’t of some importance, so this card indicates reaching an important step toward one’s goal. The chest has four drawers, the next number in the staves suit. To reach some lasting stability, more work is going to be required. The Moon card shows a partial lunar eclipse from 1874. The eclipse suggests there are things not seen, which sounds reasonable when beginning a new endeavor. Like the tides the moon affects, there will be an ebb and flow in any venture or project as well. No need to panic, it's just all a part of the process. Patience and persistence can help keep the boat afloat.
Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years. ~ Bill Gates