Govenors Harbour – Bahamas

The weather was mixed as we sailed to our next destination and when we arrived we had to take a mooring boy instead of anchoring because the ground was to hard for the anchor to dig into. This is not a problem but it costs and I think we had spent enough lately. Never mind … Read more

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Sailing to Bahamas

As dark approached all we could see were the lights of Miami as we headed out to sea. We were going to be at sea for two days so we were hoping the weather was going to behave itself and we would get there in good time with no hick ups at all. The lights … Read more

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Fort Lauderdale – Florida

We arrived in Fort Lauderdale around 11am and the weather was much better than it was further north, but I suppose we were in the sunshine state of Florida. When we were got close, two lads were waiting to catch our ropes and once we were moored, we went over to help Michael moor up … Read more

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ICW – Intracoastal Waterway

One of the main reasons Simon and Kim wanted to go down the ICW and we started at Palm Beach was that their boat draws to much water to go down it any quicker. This was supposed to be the deepest part of the waterway but we later found out that this is not the … Read more

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Cape Canaveral

We left St Augustine about 11am and sailed all day and all through the night and arrived in Cape Canaveral about 11am. It was still cold but this time we had not driving rain which made the over night passage a lot more enjoyable. When we arrived at the marina, both boats were moored beside … Read more

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St Augustine

After a good night’s sleep, we awoke about 5.30am and start the generator and engine so it could tick over nicely before we headed out into the Atlantic once again. The rain was still pelting down, and the wind was still there but we needed to get down the coast in daylight. We steamed out … Read more

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