Kristinly

38' Island Packet cutter rigged sailboat - sailed 20,000 nautical miles from New England to the Bahamas. Now with new owners Tim & Susan Tiefenbach

17 June 2013 | Mallets Bay, VT
05 July 2012 | West Pont, NY
02 July 2012 | Brigantine Shoals near Little Egg Inlet, NJ
30 June 2012 | Reedy Island, Delaware River
26 June 2012 | Antipoison Creek, VA
23 June 2012 | Burlington, VT
28 March 2012 | Deltaville, VA
27 March 2012 | Deltaville, VA
26 March 2012 | Hampton, VA
25 March 2012 | Hampton, VA
24 March 2012 | South of Norfolk, VA
23 March 2012 | Elizabeth City, NC
22 March 2012 | Cedar Creek, NC
21 March 2012 | Wrightsville Beach, NC
20 March 2012 | Little River, NC
18 March 2012 | South Santee River, SC
17 March 2012 | Charleston, SC
17 March 2012 | Charleston, SC
16 March 2012 | NE of Savannah, GA

Ft. Pierce, FL N27° 27.368’ W80° 18.366’

10 February 2008 | N27° 27.368’ W80° 18.366’
Randy
Moved south 12 miles to Ft. Pierce this morning. A good blow from the north made it a short trip. 15 - 25 kts had me cruising 6.5 - 7 kts with just the Genoa (head sail). I had planned to get together with Joe and Deb again as they came in from the outside from near Titusville early this morning, but they are anchored in an area that has lots of wind and current, and being the fair weather friend I am (not really!) I anchored in an area more protected a mile and a half away. It would be a wet dinghy ride over there so I did some more work on the boat instead. They are meeting with a friend of theirs which is why they are where they are. The wind is supposed to shift Monday night/Tuesday morning, so I will probably move over closer to them then. I plan to hang in this area for a couple of days and see the sights. Then I will move to the St. Lucie area. I have read about some neat things to see there.

Today's picture is a good example of what not to do when picking a spot to anchor that is shallow at high tide. I don't know if that is exactly what they did (they may have been blown in there, I suppose) but they are going to be looking for some help if the tide does not float them off.
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Vessel Name: Kristinly
Vessel Make/Model: Island Packet 38, hull #83
Hailing Port: Mallets Bay, VT
Crew: Captain Randy Kruml, 1st Mate Nikki St Mary
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Bottom redo and time spent in VT with Nikki and family from October 2011 - February 2012
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