When I subtract 62 (I counted the number in the new save, and they match) from 96 I get 34 beakers, not 44. If we take the Toledo citizen off the ocean when the settler is built, we will have 8 science/turn. In 5 turns this gets us 40 (and only 32 the turn before) beakers, enough to do a 1 turn revolution. I would change Madrid production from settler to trireme. Madrid will have trouble making up the food for settler building, but can produce 5 shields at size 2, which is a very nice production level. A trireme in the early game is very nice for transporting settlers, and this geography gives us plenty of coastal places to settle (not to mention we can cross the western inlet with it, allowing us the ability to establish a presence on the other side, which might be useful as there seems to be a civ somewhere on the other side).