Sailing with Nine of Cups

Vessel Name: Nine of Cups
Vessel Make/Model: Liberty 458
Hailing Port: Denver, Colorado, USA
Crew: Marcie & David
About: We've lived aboard Nine of Cups since 2000 and have managed to accumulate 86,000+ nm under the keel since that time. We completed a circumnavigation in April 2015 and managed to sail around the five great southern capes. Come along with us for the ride!
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Visit our website at www.nineofcups.com for more photos and info about Nine of Cups and her crew. We also have a more extensive blogsite at www.justalittlefurther.com. Are some of our links broken? Links break from time to time. Please let us know which ones are broken and we'll fix them. You [...]
26 May 2016 | En route Culebra, PR - St. Augustine-FL
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23 May 2016 | Culebra, Puerto Rico
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14 May 2016 | En route to Puerto Rico
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12 May 2016 | Chaguaramas, Trinidad
11 May 2016 | En route to Puerto Rico
10 May 2016 | Chaguaramas, Trinidad
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Overnight anchorage in Neilsen Cove

22 February 2012 | En route Port Davey, Tasmania
Marcie
A grey, overcast, but calm morning. We were anchor up at 10am and heading out of Hell's Gates by Noon. The exit was not nearly as much of an adrenaline rush as the entry, mostly because we had our own track to follow. A huge contingent of terns and gannets sat on the breakwater rocks cheering us as we cleared the last obstacle at the exit. Dolphins...big ones...provided a farewell escort out of the bay, jumping high enough to clear the water. Quite the show. Stately Cape Sorrel Lighthouse, sitting in the midst of green bush with waves crashing all around its red rock foundation, seemed quite sober compared to the antics of the dolphins.

We motor-sailed 45 nm to Neilsen Cove and tucked in behind tiny Leelinger Island. Evidently it's popular with the local fisherman since there are 6 fishing boats anchored with us tonight. We plan to get an early start tomorrow for the remaining 60 miles to Port Davey.
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