Reaching on Small Seas What a Blast!
Now if we could have just caught a fish!
Rick and Lauren planning dinner. Lauren is Rick's daughter and they are from Toronto, Canada
Guarding Bermuda from the Pirates
St George's was full two cruise ships and a two race fleets. The Marion to Bermuda Race was finishing and also a single-handed race was just ending.
Don and Bill. We had an international crew.
Pilot Whales we saw at least 50 of these small whales between Bermuda and NY
As we entered the NY entrance channel at daybreak the fog totally closed in. That is a ship passing very close to us. We stayed out of the channel just outside the red buoys.
The Staten Island Ferry still runs mostly for tourists. NY harbor is very busy after the Verazzano bridge. The skyline is well worth the trip at least once.
The Galley was Great and we had 3 People Who Liked to Cook
This Boobie Bird was Determined to Get our Bait
What a view entrance at St. George, Bermuda
One of two Cruise Ships in St George, Bermuda
Two Large Sperm Whales I think
The Fog Lifted as We Passed Under the Verrazano Bridege
It was a little cloudy as we passed the Statue of Liberty
In June we saw literally hundreds of these Mylar Graduation Balloons in the water as we got close to NY. I wish they could be banned. Rick is smiling because it is the only thing he caught for days.