Sailing Ti Amo - Our Fourth Adventure

05 March 2019 | Williams Cay, Lee Stocking Island
04 March 2019 | Goat Cay, Great Exuma
03 March 2019 | Georgetown
02 March 2019 | Georgetown, Bahamas
28 February 2019
27 February 2019
26 February 2019
25 February 2019
24 February 2019
23 February 2019
22 February 2019 | Raccoon Cay, Jumentos
21 February 2019 | Hog Cay, Jumentos
20 February 2019 | Hog Cay, Jumentos
19 February 2019 | Hog Cay, Jumentos
18 February 2019 | Hog Cay, Jumentos
17 February 2019 | South Side Bay, Little Raggeds
16 February 2019 | South Side Bay, Little Raggeds
15 February 2019 | South side Bay, Little Raggeds
14 February 2019 | South side Harbor, Little Raggeds

Onward We Go!

11 November 2019 | Pungo River
glenda groome
Okay.....truth be told, the sign of a great captain is that he cares for his crew. The mornings on Ti Amo are quite chilly and the captain of Ti Amo awakes and immediately turns on the generator, heater and then the coffee pot all while allowing the crew to stay warm and toasty. What a guy! Jaxon thinks he is the captain but he needs to learn a few more "tricks" to earn that title.

Our day will be a long one with about sixty miles to cover to get to the Pungo River. We have only one bridge to wait on which is the Alligator Swing Bridge. Our terrain is pretty much desolate with the occasional house stuck in the middle of nowhere. Our internet connection has been very spotty during the day making it a great day to read a book.

We spied a friend ahead of us from Marion, Massachusetts. Diamond Sky, a 36 foot Leopard Catamaran is looking fine as we pass her in the canal. I am out of the cabin waving at what I thought was Roger (the captain), however it was truly a captain he had hired to take the boat to Florida. We exchanged a few words and went on past him.

Interesting to me is that we have seen two women who have been single handling their own vessels today. It reminded me that our dear friend Jiho said I should get my captains license. After seeing these two women, I have all the respect for what they are doing. Their vessels don't appear to be equipped with some of the luxuries I have become accustomed to.....I am not sure I could be out here without a generator and heat. They are bundled up because they don't have an enclosure to protect them from the wind. Again that is a total game changer for us and I am so thankful with these temperatures to have it.

We are anchored on the Pungo River and watch the sun go down shortly after getting the anchor set.
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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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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The Crew

Who: Greg and Glenda Groome
Port: Topping, VA