14 January 2018 | Boca Raton
13 January 2018 | NPBM
11 January 2018 | north Palm Beach
07 January 2018 | Stuart
02 January 2018 | Fort Pierce City Marina
08 December 2017 | Fort Pierce
04 December 2017 | Daytona Beach
14 November 2017 | Daytona Beach
12 November 2017 | St Augustine
11 November 2017 | Jacksonville
09 November 2017 | Jekle Is.
08 November 2017 | Kilkenny Creek, GA
06 November 2017 | Hilton Head
05 November 2017 | Charleston and Hilton Head
31 October 2017 | Somewhere in the North Atlantic off of SC
29 October 2017 | Swansboro
28 October 2017 | Swansboro
27 October 2017 | Oriental
25 October 2017 | Belheaven
24 October 2017 | Coinjock, NC

Daytona Beach

04 December 2017 | Daytona Beach
Perfect 60s at night 77 during the day with light wind and plenty of FL sunshine.
We arrived back at Daytona Beach on 12/1. We drove our own car down this time to save some $ since we will be driving back in a couple of weeks. The boat was good. Cleaned her up and got settled in . On Saturday we took oil samples and coolant samples from each diesel and sent them off to the lab before testing. I want to make sure there is no oil to coolant leak internal to the starboard deisel. I refilled the engines to replace the oil and cleaned up everything. We went into the town for a special wine tasting event along all the shops and had a great time. In the evening we saw the Daytona Halifax Marine Christmas boat parade. It was very nice and we had a front row seat where are slip was. On Sunday we went to church, then I did some trouble shooting on the dinky outboard. I narrowed it down to a carborator issuebut could go any further. I have a marine mechanic coming over first thing Monday. We met up with Bob Morrisey at R.I.P. Tides and had some raw oysters ( they were not as good as our fresh Rigde Toms Oysters). We had fun then went back to the boat and barbaqued a steak on t he grill and watched Sunday night football the Eagles did not soar during the game. First thing Monday D & J Marine came by and leaned out the carborator. The engine ran fine after that. I need to get a new lock for the outboard and maybe a fuel water separator. Rest of the day we are preparing to depart tomorrow early for the first leg of our trip to Fort Pierce.
Vessel Name: Finisterre
Vessel Make/Model: Leopard 39 Catamaran
Hailing Port: Ridge, MD
Crew: Tom & Kathi Roberts
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