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415 days. 7,700 nm.
We have had two good days of long day passages under motor (we never saw winds above 5 knots). We left Cape Elizabeth /Richmond Island at 0500 bound for Gloucester, but made good time early on and decided to head … Continue reading
We loved this seaweed streaming in the current off the Bailey’s Island Bridge.
We passed through the cell phone and internet desert of central Maine and are now anchored between Cape Elizabeth and Richmond Island staged to make the daylight run to Gloucester, Mass, tomorrow morning at 0500. The last two weeks have … Continue reading
If you want to ride the Swan’s Island ferry, don’t chew on your ticket first.
Here’s the view Monday morning of the anchorage off The Wooden Boat School. It is a great anchorage. The best part is the huge area of no lobster pots. We walked yesterday to Brooklin Maine and stopped at the general … Continue reading
Fog rolling in.