09 November 2017 | Jekle Is.
Windy foggy and all around miserable.
We woke up to fog and wind from the northeast. Engines started up fine with good water flow. The visibility was under a quarter mile. We continued on using the chart plotter and radar to a great deal rather than line of sight navigation down the ICW. It was a tidious day but we made it to Jekle Is and was able to tie up to thier large dock. There was a spot between two boat about 50 foot in length. I turned into the current and brought the Finisterre paralleled to the opening an then used the current to crab Finisterre into the opening. It looked as if I slid Finisterre sideways into the slip and Kathi made a awesome toss to the dock hands and we tied up nicely. People on the dock were amazed at how well we docked in that tight area. I told them it was luck and a good admiral, Kathi...
We took a walk in the rain and had dinner at the marina restaurant.