To see as much of the world as we can,
Using the smallest carbon footprint we can,
Spending the least amount of money we can,
Making as many friends we can.

Team Red Cruising

Titusville Marina

The only thing open on Sunday in Titusville appears to be The Coffee Shoppee with no electrical outlets nor any WiFi. Friendly. Good food. Antiquated.


The Municipal Marina screen porch has outlets. That's a start. And it has WiFi. That's good, too.

It was so foggy this morning…

[How foggy was it?

It was so foggy this morning that the fog itself was worried about collisions.

It was so foggy this morning that the condensation had condensation on it.]

Actually, it was so foggy this morning that we could only see three nearby boats — perhaps 200 yd visibility. We're anchored about 1,000 yds off shore, close to ½ mile. We could not see any shoreline, just a vague nimbus of light to show us which way the sun was rising.

It was so foggy this morning that we took a hand-bearing compass and brought up the local small-scale chart on the iPhones to navigate in.

It was so foggy this morning that when I stopped staring at the compass, I turned slowly through about 45° because there's no way to stay oriented.

We found the Titusville Municipal Marina — eventually. We had to drive down each slipway to try and find the dinghy dock.

We think we've found a bar to watch the Super Bowl: Irish Pub & Fish & Chips.