Eagle Heart Adventures

26 May 2018 | Staten Island
24 May 2018 | Great Kills, New York
24 May 2018 | New York
23 May 2018 | Great Kills, New York
21 May 2018 | Hoffman Marina, Brielle, New Jersey
20 May 2018 | Phillipsburg New Jersey
19 May 2018 | Hoffman Marina, Brielle, New Jersey
17 May 2018 | Ventor City anchorage
16 May 2018 | Cohansey Cove
15 May 2018 | Annapolis yacht basin
14 May 2018 | Washington DC
13 May 2018 | Annapolis Naval Academy
12 May 2018 | Annapolis yacht basin
11 May 2018 | Chrisfield Harbour
10 May 2018 | Virginia historic loop
09 May 2018 | Portsmouth, Virginia
08 May 2018 | Nauticus Museum
07 May 2018 | Waterside Marina
06 May 2018 | Blackwell Memorial Baptis Church
05 May 2018 | Mariners Wharf

Fun day at the office

17 May 2018 | Ventor City anchorage
Rainy, foggy, windy; what can I say?
Had a pretty good night at our anchorage, although with no wind, the boat lay beam to the 1 foot swells, so rocked us to sleep. We got up at 0500 and were underway by dawn. Best time to cruise. Unfortunately, no wind, so there was fog with 1/2 mile visibility. That is what Radars are for! We had an ok trip for the first 30 miles to Cape May. This is the start of the New York playground. We tried heading out in the Atlantic, because we had heard that it was a "gong show" in the canal. Unfortunately it became rough quickly, so we had to bail out, into the canal. For the next 8 hours we crawled tortuously through the waters that were incorrectly charted, [had missing buoys, depths were totally fictitious} and homes built out over the water on both sides of the canal. It is definitely the most concentrated housing we have seen on the waterways.
One beach town follows the other, easily the most rampant overdevelopment we have see; with fair grounds ever 10 miles, or so. The beaches on the Atlantic side are renown for the soft clean sand, and every square foot is fought for after the Memorial day weekend. Great place, but kind of sad, to see how such a nice area can lose its charm, because it is so nice.
Both of us were exhausted after a tense day, so hit the sack at 10:00; as soon as this blog is posted!
Vessel Name: Eagle Heart
Vessel Make/Model: Kha Shing 37
Hailing Port: Victoria, British Columbia
Crew: John Robin, Susan Robin
John is a retired Power Systems electrician and worked in the pulp and paper industry for 40 years. Susan worked in the health care system, primarily at the Cowichan hospital as a Unit Clerk for 36 years. [...]
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Cruising down the rivers.
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Getting ready to cruise
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