We crossed the Atlantic Ocean from May to June 2017 aboard N60 Relish, helping our friend Silvio get his boat back to his home waters in the Mediterranean. Earlier this year (March to May) we sortied our own boat back around the state of Florida,then through the Abacos and Berry Islands in the Bahamas, and finally to Bimini. After a pause for some family events and bi-annual boat maintenance we resumed cruising up the east coast of the U.S. We spent a lot of time exploring Chesapeake Bay (all the way to Baltimore) and then headed back to Fort Myers.
We typically call Fort Myers, Florida -- at Legacy Harbour Marina (link HERE), in downtown Fort Myers -- "home". But a healthy portion of the time we try to get underway and go explore. We generally try to keep our Garmin inReach tracker going, which provides a decent map display of our travels.
Another cool tool you can use to track is Marine Traffic's terrific web site. Since Ghost Rider is equipped with an AIS transponder, generally it's easy to see our (very) recent tracks...provided we are within their antenna range. That said, our AIS is a "Class B" and consequently the Marine Traffic site sometimes isn't all that informative. Just click on the "Past Track" button after you click the button below....anything very recent should show up:
We typically call Fort Myers, Florida "home". When there we keep Ghost Rider at Legacy Harbour Marina....located here:
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