Monthly Archives: March 2014

Bahia de Jobos

We are on our second day at anchor off the mangrove cays that form the southern border to Bahia de Jobos. The bay is part of a “National Estuarine Reserve” and is protected.  While we can’t see them all, the … Continue reading

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Happy Spring! We’re heading West now

Leaving Puerto del Rey and the view of the Spanish Virgins was bittersweet.  We were sorry to have all the grandparents leave after two wonderful visits.  From Puerto del Rey, you can see Culebra. And, with the view, you know … Continue reading

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Culebra take 3

After the day in Old San Juan, we headed east to Culebra.  We had two wonderful nights kicked off by the rising full moon on anchor at Bahia de Almodovar / Las Pelas.  In and around the bay, we were … Continue reading

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Hiking El Yunque

In the few hours between grandparent visits, we had a nice hike in El Yunque.  We started out around 2,400 ft and hiked to Mt Britton at 3,087 ft.  Then after a wrong turn that took us down quite a … Continue reading

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Old San Juan

At Puerto del Rey Marina, we hauled out to add a few new coats of paint.   The haulout and blocking went well.  Island Marine took care of the painting on time.  In the meantime, we rented a house near the … Continue reading

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Properly signed

We finally managed to label our head in compliance with local custom.

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Grandparents part 1

We spent a great week with Tracy’s parents.  After one night at anchor, we moved from Sun Bay Marina (a great marina with the friendliest people in any marina we’ve ever seen) over to Puerto del Rey in Ceiba so … Continue reading

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