Monthly Archives: July 2017

Jumping north…

We jumped from Gloucester all the way to Mount Desert Island in Maine.  It was about a 24 hour trip, and we are now on a mooring at the Williams Shipyard in the Some Sound.  The Some Sound has the … Continue reading

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Run Away! Run Away!

A few days ago we were anchored on the north side of Cape Ann just outside of the town of Rockport. Where the “X” is on the chart below.  A quick look at the chart, and you can see that … Continue reading

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The Answer is: A Bizillion.

The question is… How many lobster pots are there in New England?  They are EVERYWHERE.  Other places we have been where buoyed fishing gear was common had rules, either formal or informal, that fishing gear was not placed in marked … Continue reading

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Out, and In!

In very short order we had the boat out of the water, and back in again thanks to the staff at Beverly Port Marina.  We learned that the smallest Travelift that an Amel Super Maramu will fit in is a … Continue reading

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We have been moored right off downtown Boston for the last 10 days.  A great spot, and a real change of pace from the tropical islands we have been visiting for so many months. A change in weather, and in … Continue reading

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Martha’s Vineyard

Just a quick stop, at a beautiful place between Martha’s Vineyard and Chappaquiddick Island.  We are here for only 36 hours, just enough to get our timing into Boston Harbor right.  Around the island it is blowing quite hard from … Continue reading

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