Dinghy Dos and Donts - 11/27/03
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Posted: November 27, 2003
Dinghy Do's and Dont's -
November 27, 2003
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A New Generation Of Cruisers - 11/20/03
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Posted: November 20, 2003
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November 20, 2003
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Georgia On My Mind November 15, 2003
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Posted: November 15, 2003
November 15, 2003
Isle Of Hope, Georgia
31º 58.630
81º 03.240
Georgia On My Mind
By Bernadette Bernon
- At first light, with tears in our eyes, we hauled up the anchor, steered Ithaka in a slow circle around Zia Lucia, and waved good-bye to David and Shauna, who’d gotten up early to say good-bye. Douglas blew three long lamenting calls on our conch horn, as we finally turned away, ghosted out of little No Name Harbor, and began to retrace our GPS track out through the shallow Key Biscayne channel toward the open ocean. Shauna and David were our la...... Read More

What Are They Selling? 11-13-03
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Posted: November 13, 2003
What Are They Selling?
November 13, 2003
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Tender Bridge Tender - 11/6/03
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Posted: November 06, 2003
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November 6, 2003
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Civilization And Its Malcontents November
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Posted: November 01, 2003
November 1, 2003
No Name Harbor, Key Biscayne, Florida
25°o 41.191 North
080%deg; 10.536 West
Civilization And Its Malcontents
By Douglas Bernon
Our voyage north from Key West to Miami’s Biscayne Bay, 160 miles that we made in 27 hours, was a quick and easy ride in the Gulf Stream, and our arrival in the anchorage at No Name Harbor, in the middle of Key Biscayne, Florida, marked a full circle: a return to the metaphysical — although not geographic — point at which our cruising began. Here was a subtle reminder that there are oodles of instruments with...... Read More

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