Journeys on Jacob's Ladder

10 December 2018 | Halifax
10 December 2018 | Norfolk, VA
20 July 2018 | 32 46.350”N:080 03.797”W
16 May 2018 | 24 33.725'N081 48.138W United States
01 May 2018 | Isla Mujeres
01 May 2018 | Guatemala
29 September 2017 | Rio Dulce
29 September 2017 | Placencia Belize
29 September 2017 | Cayos Cachinos Honduras
29 September 2017 | Belize
29 September 2017 | Merida Mexico
29 September 2017 | Isla Mujeres Mexico
29 September 2017 | Trinidad Cuba
28 October 2016 | Santiago De Cuba
20 May 2016
20 May 2016
20 May 2016
20 May 2016
02 March 2016 | Rodney Bay

Puerto Rico Yr 2

20 May 2016
We left the US Virgins to catch up to over friends on At Last, this would be our last few weeks of sailing with them. We had a great sail over and caught up to Dave, Corrine & Libby in Culebreta. We planned on staying here for a while we had a shipment coming from the US. After a few day it did show up at the post office and we installed our new heat exchanger. So we decided to take a day and go visit the the Fajardo on the ferry with Dave and Corrine, it was quite nice but it was an all day event, got to Walmart picked up some much needed supplies, and stuffed ourselves at a buffet restaurant…..yum the food was so good. The next day Dave and Corrine left to head up to Gilligan’s island and we went to the beach and did some snorkeling. After a few more days we found out that our new chart plotter was shipped near San Jaun, and not where it was supposed to be, so we ended up sailing to Fajardo getting a rental car and driving to pick it up, that was a good experience we got to tour the old city and do some more shopping. So off we go sailing again and catch up with At Last stayed one night and both vessels left for Ponce, once there we rented another car for a couple of days, we all needed to provision for Bahamas and Cuba. Our last stop was in Bouqeron, so that was our last sail with our buddy boat, we spent another day together and then I’m said to say it was time to say goodbye. We were together for over 20 months and experienced so many things, lots of good and some bad but all in all it was worth it. At Last left for the long haul to head north back to Canada, Jacobs Ladder left on her own with her crew , and headed to the DR…..it was a sad and lonely day.
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Vessel Name: Jacob's Ladder
Vessel Make/Model: Beneteau Oceanis 381
Hailing Port: Halifax, NS
Crew: Andy and Judy
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Our first carnival in St Martin
30 Photos
Created 11 July 2015
Last days in Halifax
4 Photos
Created 4 August 2014
Canada Day sailpast and evenings abroad
7 Photos
Created 25 July 2014
6 Weeks to Departure
5 Photos
Created 20 June 2014
Prep while still in Halifax and living in the house
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Created 15 June 2014

Who: Andy and Judy
Port: Halifax, NS