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Home Time – Beyzano & Us

After another uneventful passage from Fernandina to the sea buoy off St Simon’s Sound, Beyzano is tucked up in her new home for 2 months at the Brunswick Landing Marina in Georgia, whilst we head off on a long journey … Continue reading

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Fernandina Beach – Lovely Surprise

Using the strong current to aid us, I let Beyzano’s stern lines off whilst Rob waited in the bow until I called out for those lines to be let go and we were able to easily motor astern and off … Continue reading

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St Augustine & Jacksonville

We enjoyed our 2 nights in St Augustine, despite the mooring buoy banging into the hull at times when the wind and current were opposed. Being so close to the City made it easy to explore and we spent many … Continue reading

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Extra Time In Havana

Pire, the Marina Manager at Cayo Largo, managed to get us on a flight to Havana on March 1st at a cost of 320 CUC so we have finally seen Cuba’s capital, a long held dream. The tiny airport wasn’t … Continue reading

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On East To Cayo Largo – Another Port Of Entry

We let Grant know the weather and told him we would be continuing east before the easterly winds set in for a few days. We would be retracing our steps going west again so didn’t need to explore ashore that … Continue reading

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Not Cuba Bound Quite Yet

A short weather window has arrived after a nasty front passed through the area on Monday. The wind suddenly clocked around to the northwest and we had a bouncy night with the waves coming directly into the anchorage and through … Continue reading

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You Can Check Out But ……………….

With apologies to The Eagles and Hotel California but will we ever leave? Strange how things turn out sometimes but we filled up with water on Monday and motored the couple of hours to Texan Bay to anchor for the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Life On ‘The Day Of The Dead’ In Sumpango

Along with visiting Tikal, this was a very special event for us and being able to share the day with so many Mayans was touching. We decided to take the easier option of going with Oswaldo’s Rio Dulce Travel company … Continue reading

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Special Visit To Tikal & Flores

We just couldn’t leave Guatemala without visiting Tikal, the amazing ancient Mayan city built between 400 BC through to 900 AD. It is one of the largest archaeological sites of the pre-Colombian Mayan civilisations and the park is a UNESCO … Continue reading

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Holiday Week In Antigua & Guatemala City

Although some may think we are constantly on holiday, we still do like to get away from the boat and water life for a break and to enjoy the comforts of hotel pampering for a while. Rob’s birthday is always … Continue reading

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