An overnight sail from Mayaguana to Turks & Caicos, navigating Sandbore Cut and ongoing fuel supply issues on diesel.
Month: March 2019
A long three days to Mayaguana
I left Calabash Bay at 7:00 am and headed North around Cape St. Mary on my way to Rum Cay for another short run. The day was beautiful with sunshine and again, light winds coming slightly against me so I motored.I accomplished a couple of goals during the journey to Rum Cay. One was to…
After seven weeks of fun and boat projects in Georgetown, I am finally on my way to my next destination(s). The time in GT was great. There is a wonderful cruiser community and this time of year there are a couple hundred boats in the harbor at any time, many coming or going every day….
Ready to leave Georgetown… Almost.
I am finally approaching the point where I’ll be ready to leave Georgetown and start heading south to Turks & Caicos and the DR. Invariably, I keep finding last minute chores and projects that I need to accomplish before I leave. It is said that Stocking Island here is humorously known as “Chicken Island” as…