Back once again to the land, well, bay, of islands and harbors and vistas. We found free moorings in Rockland on busy weekends, ate lots of cookies, had lovely genoa-only sails across capes and around islands, and of course, suffered some mechanical failures. DRAFT!
High & Dix, Rockland, Perry Creek, Seal Bay, Merchant Island, Cradle Cove, The Basin. Continue reading
Mattapoisett, Padanarum, Cuttyhunk, Hadley, and later on Quissett
The trade-off for three weeks last summer in Maine was none this year! Continue reading
With more time this year, we had a relaxed visit to harbors new and old, sailing the Maine way. That is, going with the 5- to 10-knot winds, not trying to cover more distance than can be sailed on a given day. And we finished up with a wonderful, unplanned, overnight sail across Mass Bay.
Pulpit Harbor, Burnt Coat Harbor, York Island, Isle au Haut, Rockland, Seal Bay, Perry Creek. Continue reading
Sailing, steaks, scallops, and a parade, Cuttyhunk was full but not overcrowded. Continue reading
The Key Lime Sailing Club and Cottages provided a relaxing week of sun, sand and sailing in a real Keys environment. And a break from the endless snow of New England. Continue reading