Our third day of "day sailing" to go island hopping. (Again, not actually sailing, the wind was on the nose, so it was a 5-hour motor.)
We're anchored at 24°51.762′N 080°44.516′W, not far from Lower Matecumbe Key. There's a little sandbar for a little sandbar party. But It's Monday, so not much party action.
Today's big milestone was crossing 2,000 miles in the chart plotter's log.
The sea state was "lumpy" -- in the morning, we rolled and bounced around. It had started to settle in the afternoon. Once we got "inside" the keys, of course, it's totally flat, and quite nice.
Tomorrow, it will be gusting into the 20's. So we're not going anywhere.
Wednesday, it will be a little nicer, adn we can make the five hour journey to Marathon and Vaca Key.
|Depart||Rodriguez Key 25°03.500′N 080°26.734′W|
|Arrive||Lower Matecumbe Key 24°51.762′N 080°44.516′W|