The Harbor Inn & Marina
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. We departed late from Key West but again had a wonderfully sunny day to look at all the beautiful turquoise waters as we headed to Jupiter, Florida for our next night's stay. We had forgotten that the speed limit is only 45 miles an hour in between all the many keys and subsequently drops 30 in each of them. Essentially it takes all day to ...
The gaff rigged ketch below is moored next to us. A couple from Maine are sailing her. According to their blog, she is a modified version of a type designed in the 1920's and made popular during the Great Depression as the Tahiti Ketch, the boat that could be built and sailed "to Tahiti and back."
... wine & hors d'oeuvres galore. The week culminated with Thanksgiving Day with turkey and dressing and pumpkin pies. The owners of Indiantown Marina provide their guests and family and friends everything at no charge. It's their way of thanking everyone for their loyalty and business. They did a wonderful job. We'll be in touch. We'll keep busy with several more projects on the boat. Till later, All our love, Kathy & Denny
... we were smoking at 6.5 knots at times. Sure am glad I made sandwiches ahead of time. Our radar detected 8-10 ships and we avoided them all. Finally the sky started to lighten up at 6:20 a.m. and we could make out the shape of the waves. The waters were turbulent at best. Even though the winds were not that strong, it was their direction that made them a menace. It was a very long fetch. Denny had the waypoint for St. Lucie inlet and we motored with the main sail up ...
... long! Old friends are also here in Indiantown. Chick & Dorothy and their lab Nicki are here cleaning up their Cat 36 and headed to the Harborage (now Loggerhead Marina) and Kathy & Stan are busy working on their 45' Jeanneau. It was good to see familiar faces. Launch day finally! We splashed Tuesday, November 9. The next morning we left Indiantown headed for Stuart, a 4 hour motor. We had a few scarey moments ...