The Ditch

Some locals call the  Inner Coastal Waterway  the ditch.  We are staying at the downtown Marina of Beaufort SC waiting for an early morning start to Charleston SC, about 60 miles. Probably wont get all the way today but Judy’s picked out a comfortable anchorage...

Back on the ICW

It’s been a while since the last post, but we’ll try to have another soon. We are headed back to the boat to continue our travels northward on the ICW.  The first large city after Savannah will be Charleston, SC . It is supposed to be a very nice place so...

Lightening + Hurricanes + Savannah + Beyond

When The hurricane season started in June of 2017, our sailing season ended for the year.  That’s the way it has been for the last five years. It’s a prudent way to behave but probably not totally necessary with the accuracy of modern hurricane forecasting....

Inner Coastal Waterway (the ICW)

  The Inner Coastal Waterway (ICW) are rivers, lakes, sounds and swamps connected by dredged canals for the East Coast of the US. It was created 250 years ago, but does it still hold water today…read on to find out   Choosing Home Savannah is our  home for a few...

Bahamas and more

Turks and Caicos to the beginning of the Bahamas Feb 19, 2017 -Ron O. We have arrived in the Bahamas just like Columbus did – only it’s 520 years later. We’ve come from the Turks and Caicos – Columbus  came from Spain. We are at  Mayaguana...