|First time heading south since we left Palmetto|
We tick off yet another state, setting our course for New Jersey.
Tough start to the day. After the briefing yesterday we were all told that thunderstorms in the afternoon would be a possibility. Best to leave early and be off the water by 2 pm. That meant a 6 am departure.
|Glass, I tell you!|
The early departure wasn't ideal tide-wise. The progress was slow for the first couple of hours, until we got to slack tide. At that point I opened up our engines a bit (those honkin' Yanmars need to be used at high RPMs occasionally, which is just fun for me!). Once we got about half way along the tide switch to our favor. When we reached the canal we were doing 10 knots without much effort.
|One of many channel markers,|
with both light towers and horns
Sounds.very pleasant until the “crashed part”. What the.heck? Sounds Like you always have to be on your toes, no slacking for you guys.ReplyDelete