15 September 2019 | Raroia Atoll, Tuamotus Archipelago, French Polynesia
13 September 2019 | Raroia Atoll, Tuamotus Archipelago, French Polynesia
07 September 2019 | Raroia Atoll, Tuamotus Archipelago, French Polynesia
03 September 2019 | Raroia Atoll, Tuamotus Archipelago, French Polynesia
27 August 2019 | S Pacific Ocean
23 August 2019 | Nuku Hiva
20 August 2019 | Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia
13 August 2019 | On passage S. Pacific
08 August 2019 | On passage S. Pacific
30 July 2019 | Puerto Aroya, Galapagos
17 July 2019 | Isla San Christobal, Galapagos
13 July 2019 | San Christobal, Galapagos
09 July 2019 | Wreck Bay, San Christobal, Galapagos.
06 July 2019 | 200nm ENE of San Christobal, Galapagos
02 July 2019 | N Pacific Ocean
30 June 2019 | 200nm south of Panama City
24 June 2019 | Vista Mar Marina, Panama
02 June 2019 | Vista Mar Marina, Panama
23 May 2019 | Panama City
10 January 2014
The ride from Fort Lauderdale was brutal but mercifully short. The forecast 21kt gusts turned out to be 35kts with a big stern quartering sea and lots of rain. It was the first time we managed to submerge the cabin port lights on the lee side. Way too exciting. After a three hour thrash we were very happy to sail up Government Cut and into Miami harbor. Still much more satisfying to arrive this way than plodding down the Intercoastal.
We have now been anchored behind Miami Beach for a couple of days, taking in the scene and doing last-minute chores. As befits Miami Beach the ladies managed to rent a red Mustang convertible. They assured us that it was the last car on the lot....... It certainly feels like the right car to cruise South Beach even if we are a bit long in the tooth for that pastime.
We are hoping to head for The Bahamas tomorrow morning - at last - two months to get here was a bit of a shock. We might need to brave the Bermuda run next time.
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