Lady Hawk Cruising Life

10 March 2014 | St Augustine Florida
10 March 2014 | Bentonville Arkansas
10 March 2014 | Powell Cay to Brunswick GA June 2010
08 March 2014 | Andros Island Bahamas
08 March 2014 | Grand Banks, Bahamas; Brunswick GA to Arkansas
14 April 2010 | Bahamas
26 January 2010 | Nassau
04 November 2009 | St. Augustine, FL
03 November 2009 | St Augustine, Fla
30 October 2009 | Brunswick GA
19 May 2009 | Green Turtle, Abaco Bahamas
19 May 2009 | Cherokee Point Bahamas
22 April 2009 | Marsh Harbor Bahamas
08 April 2009 | Bahamas
03 April 2009 | Bahamas
29 March 2009 | Exuma Bahamas
10 March 2009 | Staniel Cay Exuma Bahamas
02 March 2009 | Exuma Bahamas
17 February 2009 | Nassau
11 February 2009 | Nassau Bahamas

Abacos Revisited

19 May 2009 | Cherokee Point Bahamas
Getting from Cat Island to the Abacos was an adventure. We went outside in the Atlantic for the experience of a long passage. It was long-34 hours as we hit a front halfway through that was forecasted to be later in the week. We arrived in Cherokee Point with two problems - one side of the dinghy had a leak and we had consumed lots more fuel than planned. Bruce started patching on the dinghy. We were the only boat in the anchorage with a fabulous beach. After two days we decided dinghy was holding so we went into Cherokee Settlement to see about getting diesel in containers as the water is too shallow to take Lady Hawk in town. Really helpful people-lady in store ask the first guy that came in if he would use his boat to take diesel to our boat. You will see a pic of him with his little girl. He had two 18 gallon tanks. We loved Cherokee and stayed five days in all.

Since then we have revisited several cays that we remembered from last year. While we were in Man Of War Cay we got the bottom of the boat painted and stayed in cottage for a few days. Here is the rest of the story about the Cat Cat orphanage. The church we went to in Man of War is very involved with the same orphanage and had just delivered 470 pounds of lunch snacks the week before in the pastors plane.

Vessel Name: Lady Hawk
Vessel Make/Model: Island Packet 27 (previously Brewer 44)
Hailing Port: Bon Secour AL
Crew: Charles Bruce Turek & Gloria Dawn Turek
About: We can't stay away from the water. Our current boat is an Island Packet 27. We started our cruising in 2006 in a Brewer 44 sailboat. She was fully equipped and a great home to us & Scooter our dog for many years. Our blogs start up again in a smaller great boat as we plan to be coastal cruising.
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Lady Hawk

Who: Charles Bruce Turek & Gloria Dawn Turek
Port: Bon Secour AL