Category Archives: Sailing

2017 – Maine with Three Dives, Two Toots and Fog

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

Closing in on the Isles of Shoals.

2015 – Three weeks in Maine! And an all-night sail.

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