Monthly Archives: November 2012

Charleston, SC – Saturday, Nov 24th

What a fabulous day! We met on the dock at 08:45. Thanks to Sanity Check and Avanti we enjoyed Memosa’s while we waited for our 09:00 Mercedes Limo pick up. Our driver gave us a brief tour of the city … Continue reading

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU!!

We’re enjoying Bloody Mary’s this morning as we motor sailing down Little River past Georgetown, SC while smelling sausage stuffing in the oven! Turkey breast soon to follow. We are traveling with 3 other vessels, 1 American and 2 Canadian. … Continue reading

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Cedar Point, NC

We finally reached blue water! Saw dolphin this morning off our bow. But they were too quick to get a picture! Sunny, low 60’s, NNW10-15kt. Nice Day!

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Alligator River to Belhaven, Saturday-Sunday, Nov 10th & 11th

The next leg of our journey took us across Albemarle Sound and down the Alligator River, a 35 mile motor ride through 11′ of water. We arrived mid afternoon. We anchored in a very protected cove and enjoyed a Happy … Continue reading

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Elizabeth City, Thursday- Friday, Nov 8th – 9th

At 07:00 we started untying boats one at a time from the raft and paraded ahead to make the South Mills bridge and lock opening. Interestingly, we were still in the Dismal Swamp Canal but the scenery was changing. Where … Continue reading

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The Dismal Swamp – Monday – Wednesday, Nov 5th- 7th

We awoke bright and early on Monday morning to lift anchor and put the final 10 miles to the enterance of the inner coastal behind us! Traveling across the James River into Norfolk offers a very impressive view of our … Continue reading

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Day of Transit, Sunday, Nov 4th

As we raised anchor at 07:30 our plan was to enjoy a half day sail to Deltaville. It was cold but blowing less than 10kts and the seas were flat. With the currents in our favor we would have arrived … Continue reading

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