Happiness is being on the Water

09 February 2018 | Hog Cay
24 January 2018 | Duncan Town
09 January 2018 | George Town, Great Exuma Island
23 December 2017 | Black Point Settlement
19 December 2017 | Palm Beach Florida
06 December 2017 | Vero Beach City Marina
27 November 2017 | Merritt Island Cocoa Beach, Florida
23 November 2017 | Marineland, Florida
19 November 2017 | Marsh Island, St. John’s River near Jacksonsville, FL.
28 May 2017 | Oriental, NC
15 April 2017 | Allans-Pensacola
05 April 2017 | Lynyard Cay
20 March 2017 | Salt Pond, Long Island, Bahamas
14 March 2017 | George Town, Bahamas
23 February 2017 | George Town, 🇧🇸
08 February 2017 | Shroud Cay, Wardrick Wells, Cambridge, Staniel Cay, Black Point
01 February 2017 | Allan's Cay, Leaf Cay
30 January 2017 | Nassau

Marineland to Vero Beach

27 November 2017 | Merritt Island Cocoa Beach, Florida
Cool, Light winds, NE 6 MPH
On Saturday morning at 8:15, we left the Marineland Marina and headed to New Smyrna Beach. It was a calm, sunny, but cool morning. Due to our deep draft, we had to wait for a rising tide to get out of the marina. We were able to get out and onto the ICW with no issues. At around 4:00 PM we set anchor in 13 feet of water across from the New Smyrna Beach Yacht Club. The next day we pulled up the anchor at 6:50 and headed to Cocoa Beach. During our travels, we found that the further south we got, the more damage we see from Hurricane Irma.

Our friends Gayle and Alan, from up North, are in Edgewater for the winter. To our surprise they were able to take a video from their dock of us passing by on the ICW. Later during the day, when we went through the Haulover Canal Bridge we saw a manatee swimming by. This is an interesting stretch of the ICW. At this location it is considered a canal with a width of approximately 100' with people fishing on both sides of the banks and various small boats were anchored near the shore lines. When we arrived at Cocoa Beach, we anchored on the NE side of the Merritt Island Bridge. We took the dinghy to shore where we met Gayle and Alan. We spent a lovely afternoon and evening shopping in the quaint shops of the Cocoa Beach Village followed by dinner at Fishlips.

This morning we pulled anchor at 6:35 and are on our way to Vero Beach where we plan to spend at least a week with our cruising friends. While there, we are hoping to get the opportunity to play some pickle ball.

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Vessel Name: Scheherazade
Vessel Make/Model: Passport 42'/ 1984
Hailing Port: Chaumont, NY
Crew: Ron and Deb Kurtz
About:
Ron is a retired instrumental music teacher. He has been sailing since he was a young man (1970) on Lake Ontario in Henderson Harbor, NY. His dream has always been to own his own sailboat and anchor it in Henderson Harbor. Well, that dream has come true. [...]
Extra: The S/V Scheherazade's home port is Chaumont Bay in Chaumont, NY. Scheherazade is now on her way south for the 2nd time to the Bahamas for the winter months.
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Scheherazade 's Photos - Main
Scheherazade anchored out in front of Jerry and Donna’s house
5 Photos | 7 Sub-Albums
Created 19 November 2017
Putting Mast up.
4 Photos
Created 19 September 2016
2nd Trip to the Bahamas
2 Photos | 12 Sub-Albums
Created 31 August 2016
This is our first trip to the Bahamas
14 Photos | 22 Sub-Albums
Created 12 September 2015