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Watch auto steer the boat at 8 knots on the way to Bermuda

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High Five! Arriving at Bermuda after Four Days at Sea

We sailed about 660 miles from Morehead City, North Carolina, USA. Average speed 7 knots. Because of the constant rocking, during this trip, we didn’t sleep very comfortably. The two cats stopped eating their food (except cat treats and tuna water).

Entering the harbor, it appeared that Bermuda looked similar to Curacao (houses on the island) and somewhat like the Bahamas (clear water and sandy bottom).

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Upcoming Sailing Trip to Atlantic Islands

Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe. – Abraham Lincoln

It looks this Saturday (May 27, 2017) is the day for sailing to Bermuda. We have been monitoring the weather. Our plan is to the Atlantic Islands: Bermuda (June) –

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Movie of Dolphins Enjoying Bubbles

‘S/V Bad Bunny’ Sailing from Georgetown, North Carolina to Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina (November 2014)

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Winter 2016/2017, Jump for Joy!

(January 15, 2017) Meeting old friends and neighbors! For staying in the Caribbean for last two years, we decided to enjoy winter weather this time. We also have things to take care of on land. Leaving the boat in North Carolina, John purchased a used vehicle. We drove it to Fort Lauderdale with our two cats.

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Merry Christmas 2016!

(December 25, 2016) I am hoping your happiness is blooming today, tomorrow, and forever. Here’s my lotus flower to you. Merry Christmas! Love, Kay from South Korea

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Awesome Sailing from Fort Macon (Morehead City, North Carolina) to New York Harbor

(August 8 – 11, 2016): A total of 430 miles distance (76 hours), half motoring and the rest sailing, mostly downwind like surfing. Proud ‘Bad Bunny’ did sail wonderfully, except one vang (preventer) line got broken. This line came with the boat. It might have been 24 years old as ‘Bad Bunny’ is.

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It’s a boat: Review of Sailing for two Years, Back to Morehead City, North Carolina, USA

I count ‘Right Now’ more than ‘Best Memories’. However, writing this, I am flashing about beautiful memories of blue water, island people, jungles, fresh fish, and culture from the Caribbean… For last two years, we sailed down from Morehead City (North Carolina) to Stuart, Florida, then continuously sailing to Saint Martin,

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Pictures of Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, USA

(July 1 to 7, 2016): Wrightsville Beach is near Wilmington, North Carolina. We were there during the Independence weekend. Lots of younger crowd running, walking, stand-up paddle board riding, boating, and etc..

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Sailing to Charleston, the Cultural Capital of the South, South Carolina, USA

We left St. Helena Sound, South Carolina at 4 am to go out with the outgoing tide. Arriving in the Charleston Channel, we had the incoming tide behind us. Peaceful sailing of 56 nautical miles, we dropped the anchor at 2 pm, about 10 hours of sailing wing-on-wing with a job-pole.

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Pictures of Beaufort, South Carolina

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Timing was good! Met friends in Charleston.

Sailing involves waiting, especially for good wind. The wind was awesome sailing down to Charleston but cold weather tortured us. Even worse, the sky was gray all day with no sunshine to warm us up. If you factored in the wind chill, it was 20 something Fahrenheit at sea the whole time we were sailing for 50 nautical miles from dawn to dusk.

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Total Body Workout in Georgetown, the Third Oldest City in South Carolina

Lots of walking to RadioShack, an Urgent Care Center, MacDonald’s (for free Wi-Fi) and other stores (for boat repair items). Luckily, we found a universal charger for a laptop which was broken a couple of days ago. We have four laptops and an iPad but all need different chargers. We also walked to an urgent care center and John paid $130 (without insurance) prior to seeing a doctor.

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‘Yes’ to Adventure and to Life, behind of a Flock of the Boats

Finally, our sailing has begun on Monday, November 3, 2014. The first route is from Morehead City, North Carolina to Saint Martin. We plan to stop at many different locations on the East Coast of the U.S. We are about two weeks behind (weather wise) of the original schedule, due to the delay of the work on the boat.

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