The Voyages of s/v Lucky Bird

06 August 2019 | Village of Brockport
30 July 2019
27 July 2019
21 June 2019 | Wickford Cove Marina
20 May 2019 | Antlantic Yacht Basin
13 May 2019 | Homer Smith Marina, final Salty Dawg Destination
21 April 2019 | Frenchtown, St. Thomas V.I. Easter Celebration
20 April 2019 | Brewers Bay, St. Thomas VI
11 April 2019 | Nanny Cay Marine, Tortola, BVI
28 March 2019 | Green Cay Marina, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands
25 March 2019
24 February 2019 | Jolly Harbor Marina, Antigua
21 December 2018 | Jolly Harbor Marina, Antigua, W.I.

Trellis Bay

22 November 2009 | Tortola, BVI
Bob, another Caribbean beauty!!
Slowly, and I mean very slowly we've travelled clockwise around Tortola. We spent a few days around the Road Town area discussing our new enclosure system with the people at Dolye sails. These people are the best, very generous and so very helpful. Part of the prep for the bimini was having the clew of the main raised eight inches to accomodate a new bimini height of about six foot three inches. We dropped off the main for a days for that to occurr and then when we went to put it back up I discovered a tear in the luff tape at the head of the sail, arggg! So we are now planning to go back to Doyle and have them make that repair.

We've been in Trellis Bay along with about fifty or sixty of our closest chartering friends, the place is packed. Actually there are about seven of the Caribbean 1500 boats here and it's nice to be able to recognize sailors who have made an extra effort to be here. We've tried cocktails and dinner at the Loose Mongoose and will do the Last Resort when Laura arrives in a few weeks.

Today is beach hunting, as we prepare for the arrival of our holiday guests. We'll propable sail over to Peter Island and check out the beaches there and then tomorrow go back to Doyle in Roadtown to drop off the main.

The project list is actually getting shorter as we are working on projects in the morning, playing/exploring in the afternoon. BTW, the water is close to 81.9 degrees F, the same are the air, ah paradise, it's hard no to like, right??
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Vessel Name: Lucky Bird
Vessel Make/Model: 1990 Moody 425 cc
Hailing Port: Kenosha, WI
Crew: Robert & Alice Smith
About:
Alice and I have spent considerable time together on the water; cruising and racing on the waters of New England, the Caribbean and Lake Michigan.

Sailing is our passion and together we've been fortunate to experience the thrills, the camaraderie and the enjoyment boating provides. [...]

We seek the freedom, excitement and challenges of voyaging.

Lucky Bird's Photos - Main
This is our second journey south to the Caribbean. This time we've chosen to exit Lake Michigan and proceed south through the in-land waterway system to Mobile. We'll start around Labor Day and take our time exploring the history of middle America.
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Created 28 July 2017
30 Photos
Created 12 July 2013
101 Photos
Created 17 July 2012
Bob and Alice return to Lucky Bird after spending the summer in Addison.
31 Photos
Created 4 December 2010
Heading into the Windward Islands and further south
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Created 22 February 2010
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Created 11 June 2009