Earlier in the day, we had set out on Symbiosis from the cruisers’ mecca of GeorgeTown destined for Mayaguana in the far southern Bahamas.
Compared to our journey thus far, the relatively short 40 miles from New Providence to the Exumas, Bahamas, might as well be a deep-space mission.
With one of the East Coast’s premier cruising destinations right in our front yard, isn’t it lovely to think of spending time relaxing and taking in some of the Chesapeake Bay this s
Think it would be fun to sail to Cuba?
I jumped up and squealed when I saw the pelican dive down into the placid, silver-plated waters of the Chesapeake on a cool November morning.
Unspoiled white-sand beaches, turquoise-blue waters, frolicking green sea turtles, and bays and lagoons so idyllic you have to pinch yourself just to make sure they’re real—the Grena
One thing I have always found a bit odd about sailing is how often sailors like to motor.