Caribbean Wind

Vessel Name: Caribbean Wind
01 June 2011 | Palmetto, FL
21 May 2011 | Lake Worth
20 May 2011 | West End to Florida
19 May 2011 | Bahamas
18 May 2011 | Good bye Green Turtle and Jim & Barb
17 May 2011 | Green Turtle
16 May 2011 | Green Turtle
15 May 2011 | LYC GT
14 May 2011 | Still at Green Turtle
13 May 2011 | Guess
12 May 2011 | Still at Green Turtle
11 May 2011 | Still at Green Turtle
10 May 2011 | You know - Green Turtle
09 May 2011 | Robert's Marine
09 May 2011 | Leeward Yacht Club
08 May 2011 | Man-O-War to Green Turtle
07 May 2011 | Man-O-War
06 May 2011 | Man-O-War
05 May 2011 | Hope Town
04 May 2011 | Hope Town
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01 June 2011 | Palmetto, FL

We're home!

We made it home today following a 2-hour squall delay.

21 May 2011 | Lake Worth

Resting @ Lake Park Harbor Marina

We're treating ourselves (and our bodies) to a day of rest and doing a few chores. After doing a 56.4 nautical miles day, folled by a 47.9 nm day, then a 65.7 nm Atlantic crossing - we were ready for a day of rest. Not only that, but we thought we'd take a day to have our bodies get adjusted to this [...]

20 May 2011 | West End to Florida

Heading stateside

WEEEEE'RRRRRRREEEEEEEEEE BBBBAAAAAACCCCCKKKKK!!!

19 May 2011 | Bahamas

Great Sale to West End

Anchor up 7am and there's not much wind. We're leaving this deserted island with some poor, unlucky boater who was washed ashore on the North end. What do you suppose that's going to cost him????

18 May 2011 | Good bye Green Turtle and Jim & Barb

On the move

On the move - if we remember how to.

17 May 2011 | Green Turtle

Rush hour traffic

Another busy day in New Plymouth!

Heading stateside

20 May 2011 | West End to Florida
Wonderful
WEEEEE'RRRRRRREEEEEEEEEE BBBBAAAAAACCCCCKKKKK!!!

We've landed stateside via Lake Worth and happy to be back home.

Left West End at 4am and arrived into our slip in a marina on Lake Worth at about 2:30 Friday afternoon. Aside from an hour of 3-4 foot rollers when we started (which we figured might have been from the tide meeting the bank) only 3-4 seconds apart, we had 2 foot seas and a SE, turning to SW wind. The winds were actually so light and variable that we could go faster by dropping the sails and using the gulf stream! Ed actually went off course for a little bit just so he could hit 9 knots and be able to talk about it;) And .......... it's always about the weather!

Jim and Barb - this photo's for you especially! I tried to capture one of the vessels we got close to .... along with the gentle waves of our crossing.
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