Pirate's Cove Resort and Marina
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... and we all continued on. Tony, dripping wet from being in the water, me, semi-wet from standing in the rain.
After those two ordeals, we were pretty happy to drop anchor in Lake Worth at 5pm. It turned out to be a long, cold, wet day. As Tony said that evening, we got through all the bad things in one day! It was probably the worst day I’ve had on the ICW to date.
We stayed in Lake Worth for two nights. Simunye needed to ...
... on the wind direction) our friends on "Simunye" (Pronounced: See-moon-ya, Meaning: “We Are One” in Zulu.)
Simunye had been in Stuart for several days before us, and were ready to move on as soon as one more part arrived for their boat. Because there were no weather windows to jump to the Bahamas at that point, we wanted to move further south to get ourselves to a good ...
... with a headsail out we scooted into sunset bay marina. Been here a week getting the last of the jobs done. Nice to be on a mooring away from the mozzies.
the most pressing job is getting the hawkey depth sounder to work. It started to work fine when fitted, then slowly stopped working by the time we got here. Changed the transducer and still doesnt have the energy to make it through the hull. So after waiting all weekend ...
... We attended a fund raiser for the Salvation Army sponsored by the local Parrothead Club and went to see the Hobbit in 3D (which was great), We ride our boat bikes at least 6 miles a day just going to the showers and laundry and office and into Stuart for the Farmer's Market every Sunday morning. So far it has been a beautiful December. We wish everyone well and happy holidays. Love, Kathy & Denny (see pics below)
Thursday, April 26 - We left the Leeward Yacht Club at 8:30 a.m. on a very hot day . We motor sailed with a SW breeze at around 10 knots and arrived at 6 pm at Great Sale Cay. There were 3 trawlers and one sailboat anchored but soon 5 other sailboats arrived. This is a favorite anchorage for boats traversing the Gulf Stream going east or west. It's the first and last stop in the Bahamas for many vessels as a harbor of refuge and a rest.
Friday, April 27 - We ...