No Name Harbor again...
10 March 2011 | Biscayne Bay, Florida
Cloudy in the wake of a storm
We arrived at No Name Harbor, a traditional jump off point for the Bimini and the Bahamas, after battling our way through a 45 minute thunderstorm with buckets of rain and 40 knot gusts. James was soaked at the helm, while Penelope wisely retreated below and wished she could help James. Eventually, as the wind and rain slacked, she took the helm and he dried off, just in time to turn into No Name and drop the hook around 14:00 hours.
Tomorrow we head down Hawks Channel along the Keys, looking forward to what promises to be a lovely day with NNW winds of 10-13 knots. After mostly motoring the ICW from Daytona Beach, we're eager to get some sailing in.