Sailing Ti Amo - Our Fourth Adventure

08 December 2019 | Key Biscayne, No Name Harbor, FL
07 December 2019 | Key Biscayne, No Name Harbor
06 December 2019 | Key Biscayne, No Name Harbor
05 December 2019 | No Name Harbor, FL
04 December 2019 | Fort Lauderdale, FL
03 December 2019 | Fort Lauderdale, FL
02 December 2019 | Fort Lauderdale, FL
01 December 2019 | Fort Lauderdale, Fl
30 November 2019 | West Palm Beach, Florida
29 November 2019 | Lake Worth, Florida
28 November 2019 | Atlantic Ocean, Florida Coast
27 November 2019 | St. Augustine, FL
26 November 2019 | St. Augustine, FL
25 November 2019 | Dungeness Anchorage, Cumberland Anchorage
24 November 2019 | St Mary’s, GA
23 November 2019 | Cumberland Island, GA
22 November 2019 | Plum Orchard Anchorage
21 November 2019 | Offshore
20 November 2019 | Charleston, SC
19 November 2019 | Charleston, SC

Reunited

01 April 2019 | Egg Island, Bahamas
glenda groome
We were up and out of Highbourne Cay at 0645 hours. We were a little anxious (as most would be) going a route we had never been before. The route was covered with coral heads but just like the banks crossing from Nassau to the Exuma chain, you just need to watch and take it slow. We had several boats going the same way and a couple have larger drafts than us so we are feeling more confident.

The water is flat calm and you can see forty to fifty feet below in some areas all the way to the bottom. Of course in the more shallow area it is just as clear. You see the rays, starfish and other creatures that love to scour the bottom of the sea. We are motor sailing but soon will be motoring as the little wind we had would end.

As we see land ahead, we are coming up on Royall Island, the destination we had thought we would go to when a call on the radio from 2 Outrageous came. They had left Royall Island and were at Egg Island which is about 4 or 5 miles away. They were out with Migration hunting on the last day of lobster hunting season here in the Bahamas. We adjusted our course and headed to Egg Island where we would reunite with both boats for our journey to the Abacos.

We picked up where we left off which was back when I first was diagnosed with shingles. Once that was over, they had family visit as did we so we have been traveling in different circles for a while.

We enjoyed the appy hour with them and made plans to head to the Abacos at first light. It was fun catching up on their stories.tories.
Comments
Vessel Name: Ti Amo
Vessel Make/Model: Caliber 47 LRC
Hailing Port: Topping, VA
Crew: Greg and Glenda Groome
Ti Amo's Photos - Main
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ICW 2018
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Anchorages and stops up the Chesapeake
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Photos of a great little navigator
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Old Marina Stomping Grounds
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Created 15 July 2015
Greg's Childhood Vacation spot
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Created 15 July 2015
Pics taken by our good friend Jiho Han
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Created 12 July 2015
Bridge #1
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Created 1 June 2015

The Crew

Who: Greg and Glenda Groome
Port: Topping, VA