The first 3 days went by in a haze, I was seasick and tried to move as little as possible, only got up when I was on watch or needed to go to the bathroom. No food for me. The weather was really tough, the … Continue readingFelix Report – Riding the elephant
Tuesday – 02.12.14 Yesterday we decided to spend the day at our anchorage and wait for better weather. With up to 30 knots wind, we are well shaken up, although we have anchored pretty close to the island. The guys got a thousand things fixed, … Continue readingFelix Last Day on Land!
S/V Felix update, at Davis Harbor Marina, Eleuthera 24°44’16” N 76°14’3″ W We’re leaving tomorrow for the big stretch all the way to USVI. So I’ll condense Nov 30 – Dec 2 as best I can! November 30 With both fixed engines, we were finally … Continue readingFelix Leaves Spanish Wells
S/V Felix @ Tarpum Settlement Bay (24º58’4 N, 76º11’3 W) December 1, 2014 2300 Hrs These past days have been a bit rough and busy so couldn’t take the time to write. A lot has been done but one thing is for sure: Felix will … Continue readingFelix at Spanish Wells – Day 4
The day started off slow for me. Gesa and Capt. Kevin went to land to get chores done and I stayed on board, still recovering from the happy hour last night… According to their reports, it was a very fun and productive time – they … Continue readingFelix at Spanish Wells – Day 3
On Monday I took a day round trip to the Tarpon Springs area to oversee a survey and sea trial. I had the chance to do some sightseeing and got to thinking about all the places I travel not just in terms of yacht deliveries … Continue readingTarpon Springs, Florida – Waypoints