After a restful night at our Isle of Capri anchor age, it was time to head further south toward the Florida Keys. Since we cut our 1st day trip short because of the storm, we had 80 miles to cruise to get to Jewfish Basin in the Keys. We typically cruise around 6 knots, sometimes 7 if we're with … [Read more...] about Keys bound—Jewfish Basin, June 28, 2014
The Florida Keys is a wonderful destination for anything on the water, from fishing and boating to scuba diving and snorkeling. It's a popular cruising destination because of its wonderful anchorages and marinas. We almost always stop to anchor in the Keys or head to Key West to stay in a marina for a few days when we cruise to the Dry Tortugas.
Below you will find all the blog posts that we've tagged as 'Florida Keys.'
Sorry there haven't been any updates on our Keys trip on the blog. I've been posting to Facebook when I can and as some of you might know, I'm without my MacBook Pro. My Mac decided to quit on me halfway to Jewfish Basin on the 2nd day of our trip. For those of you who know me we'll, not having my … [Read more...] about We’re in the Florida Keys!
A couple weeks ago, good friends Tim and Joan headed off to the Florida Keys and arrived in Marathon. They invited us to come down a week after arrival to stay on their 40' Beneteau sailboat, Head Over Keels, for the weekend. Randy, Corey, Sophie and I headed to Sombrero Marina in Marathon where … [Read more...] about Weekend in Marathon aboard Head Over Keels