Showing posts from February, 2020

Back Onboard Bravo

Winter Migration
We return from our trip helping to move the 59' boat "SeaFox" from Louisville, KY to Fort Meyers, FL. Always glad to be back onboard Bravo.

Now it's time to stock up and move out. As November approaches, cruiser boats prepare for the southern migration. We continue to buddy boat with Gale and Mary on Worknot. Still at Homer Smith Marina in North Carolina, we take advantage of the local seafood industry and stock up on fresh shrimp and fish.

From our boat we get to see Boeing V22 Osprey's coming and going to the nearby airport.

Beaufort, NC to Beaufort, SC As the days grow shorter, and the winter storms begin, we have to pick a weather window to run offshore and get south of the coast of Cape Fear. We choose to run offshore because this portion of the ICW is fraught with shallow sand bars that would make travel slow, tedious, and subject to regular groundings. To time our entrance into Charleston Harbor for daylight, we make a very early departure morni…

Boating in Mid-America