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Not Many Boats Spend Two Nights at Coinjock

But we did. And yes, the Prime Rib is worth the stop.

Day 25, November 8, 2018

The reason not many boats spend two nights in Coinjock is there is nothing there but prime rib.  Good prime rib, mind you, but that’s it.

We, however, expected to receive two overnight shipments at Coinjock — one of them yet another heater part — so we needed to be there the second night.  All our buddies departed after the first night along with most everyone else.  We were left by ourselves with one lone small sailboat and it’s solo captain. Continue reading Not Many Boats Spend Two Nights at Coinjock

This Is “It”: The ICW, Day One

An exercise in patience and humility.

Day 24, November 7, 2018

In reality, “it” is a seven-to-eight month adventure cruise down the eastern seaboard to Key West, and back up again, maybe including a side-trip to the Bahamas.  But in many ways “it” is defined as a trip down (and up) the “AICW”, or Atlantic IntraCoastal Waterway.  The official start of the “ICW” (for short) is mile zero at “R36” just near the Tidewater Yacht Marina we stayed in. Continue reading This Is “It”: The ICW, Day One