Thursday, March 11, 2010

Factoid #1

The Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) stretches 1,095 statute miles from Norfolk to Miami, and each fall you’ll find a long parade of yachts heading south along its mostly protected waters. They range from tiny sailboats with mom or pop at the helm to full-powered megayachts with professional crew, but their skippers and owners all have one thing in common: an urge to escape the ravages of another winter in the north. Doing the ditch; read more...

Looks like everyone is staying inside with the pending weather. Watch for the megayachts!!!

The Capt'n Reporting


Mike said...

Does anyone know if Mark has a Spot going?
Ive been trying the Tribe web site but have gotten nothing but Error Application. So I quit trying.

Good luck Mark, tell Toby the same.

K.C.A. said...

Mike I will post Mark's SPOT. The Watertribe Chaleenge viewer is a challenge in it's self!!,-80.05023&ll=26.58272,-80.05023&ie=UTF8&z=12&om=1