Cruising 1,500 Miles South for the Winter | Photo Recap

Elizabeth City, NC | Day One
Belhaven, NC | Jenn takes Ollie out for the first time by herself with our new dinghy motor and then heads over to SV Acadia for some joint work time.
Belhaven, NC | One of our many first light departures.
Oriental, NC | On a dog walk around town and enjoying the colors during magic hour.
Beaufort, NC | Watching the local rowing team practice during sunset.
Beaufort, NC | Exploring the Rachel Carson Reserve with Gwen from SV Acadia while the guys work on boat projects.
Somewhere between Georgetown, SC and Charleston, SC | Exploring the local salt marshes by dinghy.
Savannah, GA | Exploring Savannah with our Buddy Boat, Gwen and Andy.
Kilkenny, GA | We spent one night in Kilkenny and the sunrise the following morning was out of this world.
Heading south in Georgia we experienced a lot of fog!
Cumberland Island, GA | PIVOT sitting outside of Plum Orchard.
St. Mary’s, GA | We waited out a patch of nasty weather here before continuing south.
Jacksonville, FL | One of our favorite memories we had southbound, was sharing all of these memories with our Buddy Boat, SV Acadia – Andy, Gwen, and their dog Aiden.
South of St. Augustine, FL | Jen and her mom, Carol, are at the helm as we head towards Daytona.
Vero Beach, FL | Jen and Gwen read on the beach and enjoyed the water hit their feet.
Vero Beach, FL | Elliot working on boat projects. Boat projects never end!
Biscayne Key, FL | Jen and Gwen paddle boarding in No Name Harbor.
Biscayne Key, FL | We waited out some nasty weather with gusts of 45 knots in No Name Harbor. During that storm we saw two boats drag anchor.
Biscayne Key, FL | Our last night with Gwen and Andy from our Buddy Boat, SV Acadia.
Boca Chita, Biscayne National Park, FL | The sunsets here were absolutely stunning.
Atlantic Ocean | Elliot at the helm listening to his audio book.
Atlantic Ocean | We saw a pod of 6 dolphins at one time swimming with our boat. It was incredible!
Key Largo, FL | We made it south for the winter! Elliot jumped off our boat for the first time into clear water. It was an afternoon to remember.

1,500 nautical miles later, we’re in the Florida Keys!

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