We are finishing up here in Fort Lauderdale, we have a fresh clean bottom, and most of our projects are completed. After a period of time drying out on the hard, Harmonie will be back in the water in a day or two. Very shortly after that, we will be off on another adventure. This time we will be delivering another Amel Super Maramu, from Charleston, South Carolina to the Leeward Islands in the eastern Caribbean, specifically to the island of Antigua.
We don’t often discuss the “business” side of our cruising life here, but it has recently taken on a life of its own. It certainly isn’t a way to get rich, but it does put money into the cruising kitty, and after a very expensive year of boat projects, that is a good thing. If you are interested: our commercial website
The plan right now is to sail Harmonie north to Charleston, and there we will pick up our delivery and take 8 to 12 days to sail her to Antigua where she will meet her new owner. After some time giving him training on the Amel hardware, systems, and procedures we’ll be flying back to Harmonie and back off to our own adventures.
Right now, if things stay more or less the same, we are hoping to sail to the Bahamas and revisit some of the more remote islands. Assuming that’s possible..