High tide occurs here at the marina in the morning about 11:10. About 10:56 am at Southport.
We’re planning to pull out of here a little after 10 AM tomorrow.
Our friend Jay will go out to get fuel in the morning, and then we will pull out as well afterward and head down the canal. John Sparrow and Lizzy Swan aboard the S/V Black Swan will pull out as we come through.
The three boats will be headed out into the Atlantic for a trip down the coast. Jay and “Knot Working” will return to his slip after guiding us through the Western Bar Cut, because JoAnne and I have never gone through there yet, but he has. So we will use his local knowledge to learn that.
Then we will sail south. We have a loose plan to get to Georgia in two days and the winds appear favorable for us to do so. We won’t go more than a few miles off shore 3-15 and we’ll try to remain in phone contact on and off.
Brunswick Georgia is one of the places we’re looking at pulling out of the ocean for a day or two of rest before deciding on our next leg.
Bahamas is our ultimate destination though. We have considered everything from Marsh Harbor to Eleuthera at this point. We’ll decide as we go I guess.
Anyway, this is my last entry for a day or so.