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

Dominican Republic Yr 2

20 May 2016
We arrived to the Dominion Republic after a 25 hour sail, conditions were good, not too much wind though. We checked in at Casa De Compo Marina, it is a lovely stop, almost resort like. We spent 3 nights here after check in, all the officials came on board, I believe 6 of them, and got there cut of the money, the one thing we feel about the DR is that everyone expects to get a little something. We did our laundry here and got totally taken, we were pretty much scammed, lesson learned.
We left for Isla Catalina; this is a lovely stop we had been here before on vacation, it is really only for tourists and diving just some flea markets and bars, nothing else. We only stayed one night as it was a little rolly. The next day we headed to Boca Chita, we ended up going alongside as there were no pendants on the mooring ball, and you cannot anchor here. The marina is owned by one of the guys that write the guidebooks, it is not a great place but it is a good spot to leave your boat for hurricane season, our friends on Amelia, left here and flew home for 4-5 months. We did go ashore and have a look around, but it was a bit sketchy and was constantly hustled by the vendors. We did find a shop at the top of the hill and the lady was very lovely in getting us some supplies that we needed.
We had made a decision to leave here and go to Selina’s but trying to get a despatcho is a bit of a pain, so we headed out to the Bay of Eagles for our jump to Haiti, this took us 26 hours of motor/sailing. This is a lovely place to stop beautiful beaches and a few fishermen. We were the only cruising boat there, but to our amazement we saw a mother and calf Ora’s, “KILLER WHALES”.
Vessel Name: Jacob's Ladder
Vessel Make/Model: Beneteau Oceanis 381
Hailing Port: Halifax, NS
Crew: Andy and Judy
Jacob's Ladder's Photos - Main
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
No Photos
Created 15 June 2014

Who: Andy and Judy
Port: Halifax, NS