Category Archives: Anchorages

December 3-12, 2017: St. Augustine to Ft. Pierce, FL

We left St. Augustine on December 3rd bound ultimately for Ft. Pierce.  Between St. Aug and Ft. Pierce was our only stretch of ICW on this trip, and I couldn’t be happier about that. December 3 saw us going from … Continue reading

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April 15-16, 2017: St. Augustine to Fernandina Beach, FL

We left St. Augustine on April 15 for a short trip to an anchorage off of Pine Island.  While it only took us a couple of hours to get there, we were treating it as an investment in the next … Continue reading

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April 7-10, 2017: Vero Beach to St. Augustine, FL

We left Vero Beach on April 7, 2017, and had an uneventful day motoring up the ICW to an anchorage in Melbourne, FL.  We have been travelling offshore for so long now that we had to get used to the … Continue reading

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March 20-25, 2017: Key Biscayne, FL

On March 19 we sailed from Marathon to Rodriguez Key (8 1/4 hrs, 45.7 nm), anchored overnight, and then sailed from Rodriguez Key to an anchorage in Key Biscayne Bight (10 3/4 hrs, 48.7 nm).  This is where we anchored … Continue reading

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March 14-18, 2017: Marathon, FL

We left Key West on March 14 bound for Marathon.  It was an amazing, incredible day of sailing.  We motorsailed with one reef in the main and the staysail for about 3 ½ hours and then made a sail change; … Continue reading

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Dinner Key to Key West, FL

This will be a rather lengthy post as we’ve been covering a lot of miles in a short amount of time, and I haven’t had access to internet to post.  Thanks for bearing with me! On March 8, we left … Continue reading

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Milestones

Short post today from our anchorage just off of Key Biscayne.  We left the Dinner Key mooring field and motored about an hour across Biscayne Bay.  Tomorrow we will sail to Rodriguez Key and anchor out. Today is a day … Continue reading

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