Suburban Extended Stay Hotel - Stuart
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Orleans French quarter but minus the drunks and the excellent jazz music.
We were hopeful of setting up "camp" in daylight but a stop in Lake Worth prevented that plan. Our good friend, Erika Pratt, has a daughter living their with her mate,Carlos, and new baby, Julien. The baby of course was so cute and the little house that Julie ...
... to themanufacturer we finaly get told we have to spend more money to get a better transducer. Cant say i am very happy with hawkeye or norcros.
new transduce arrives tomorow.
Weather has been lousy for the crossing to the Bahamas. Going to have to wait for a window to get accross. Nice and warm mostly. Still shorts and tshirt temps at sunrise. Cant complain.
Our, or should i say my, plans have changed. I ...
After 3 weeks and 2 days of cleaning, removing mildew & mold, Den painted the bottom and washed and waxed the hull, he sanded all teak boards in the cockpit and I varnished them with 9 coats. The dingy was washed and hung on the davits and we splashed on Tuesday, Nov. 27th and left Indiantown on Thursday, Nov 29th and are now at Loggerhead Marina where we'll stay until we leave for the Abacos after the 1st of the year. We ...
... leave here at 3 pm and sail non-stop and arrive at the St. Lucie inlet near Stuart at 9 a.m. We asked before we left if anyone had an updated Chris Parker forecast but no one did. One sailor did have a current NOAA marine forecast for the stream, which was SE-5-10 with 2-3' seas through Saturday and then increasing. So we left at 3 pm and motor sailed all afternoon and at 11:30 pm we were off the Bahama Banks and in the Gulf Stream and the weather was not what ...
... to its proper place we washed and waxed the hull and sanded the outside teak and re-painted the bottom. This took 11 straight days. The work yard was packed with over 50 boats and the place was humming with activity. Denny says boat yards make dreams come alive - no matter what your dreams are we toast each other at every sunset and work hard all day long. The boat next to us is a CSY 45 being restored by the owner ...