Rockin' on RobinLeigh

The High Seas adventures of the sailing vessel RobinLeigh

28 February 2011 | Rock Sound, Eleuthera
21 February 2011
17 February 2011 | White Cay Anchorage - Berry Islands
09 February 2011 | Bimini to Berry Islands
03 February 2011 | Bimini - Bahamas
01 February 2011 | No Name harbor Key Biscayne
26 January 2011 | Ft Lauderdale, FL
17 January 2011 | Ft Lauderdale
07 January 2011 | Jacksonville, FL
03 December 2010
30 November 2010 | Cumberland Island, GA
22 November 2010
20 November 2010 | Cape Lookout
17 November 2010 | Severn River Marina, Hayes VA
30 April 2009 | Hayes, Virginia
15 June 2008 | Florida
01 June 2008 | Severn River Marina - Hayes VA
09 May 2008 | Severn River Marina - Hayes, VA
04 May 2008 | The Chesapeake Bay
30 April 2008 | Georgetown, SC

Anchored in Charleston, SC

22 November 2010
beautiful weather!
Our trip from the Chesapeake to Lookout Bight, NC was good with enough wind to sail for more than half of the trip. The boat performed well and we're slowly shaking out the wrinkles on the boat and finding what works and does not work after two years on the hard.

We left Lookout Bight, NC at 5am Sunday morning with a forecast of no wind. That's better than the southerlies that are forecast for later in the week so we thought an overnight motor sail in flat seas was quite acceptable.

Not much to report underway except Charles caught a fish -
It was a Little Tunny, kind of fishy for our taste but very edible in a pinch (or heavily battered and deeply fried).
charles fishing

Tucker found his new favorite place to hang out under way:
tucker hanging out
Of course he's right underfoot and in danger of being stepped on but he likes to live dangerously.

We're in Charleston for a few days to relax after those overnight passages. We'll be here through Thanksgiving and will probably leave Saturday for Amelia Island, FL (another overnight passage....)
Vessel Name: RobinLeigh
Vessel Make/Model: Trintella 49A
Hailing Port: Destin, Florida - Currently headed for the Bahamas
Crew: Charles and Robin
About: Mostly full time cruising since 1998, we've traveled over 60,000 sea miles and are still looking for the perfect anchorage...
“Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you did not do than by the things you did do. So, throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” [...]
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RobinLeigh's Photos -

The Usual Suspects

Who: Charles and Robin
Port: Destin, Florida - Currently headed for the Bahamas

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