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 [...]
29 April 2016 | Chaguaramas, Trinidad
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23 April 2016 | Chaguaramas, Trinidad
22 April 2016 | Chaguaramas, Trinidad
21 April 2016 | Port of Spain, Trinidad
20 April 2016 | Mount St Benedict, Tunapuna, Trinidad
19 April 2016 | Caroni Swamp, Trinidad
18 April 2016 | Waterloo, Trinidadm
17 April 2016 | Toco, Trinidad
16 April 2016 | Chaguaramas, Trinidad
15 April 2016 | Asa Wright Nature Centre
14 April 2016 | Asa Wright Nature Centre
13 April 2016 | Asa Wright Nature Centre
12 April 2016 | Along Eastern Main Road, Trinidad
11 April 2016 | North Coast, Trinidad
10 April 2016 | North Coast, Trinidad
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03 March 2012 | Port Davey, Tasmania
Marcie
A lovely day. We had company late morning...folks on the sailboat "Xantia" from Kettering, actually from the Oyster Cove Marina at which we'll be leaving Cups for the winter months. We had a couple of cuppas and some muffins and got to know each other. Pleasant, friendly people...as are most Aussies we've met...who have offered to keep a watch on Cups while we're gone. What an offer!

David spent the day cleaning stainless while Marcie went through lockers, drawers and suitcases full of clothes and miscellany with the intent of accumulating as much as possible for delivery to a charitable opp shop in Hobart. David completed most of the stainless and Marcie filled three huge bags full of unwanted clothing for off-loading. Three huge bags which she fully intends to refill in the US and bring back aboard the boat...just making room!

With the forecast of strong ENE winds for tonight and tomorrow, we moved mid-afternoon across the channel to Ila Bay again which affords better protection than Clytie Cove. The forecast for the next 3-5 days does not look promising for a departure any time soon. Luckily, Port Davey offers scenic vistas and lots of hikes to keep us occupied while waiting. And then, of course, there's always more boat work.
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