Jun 10 2007

Another glorious day on the ICW

Published by at 22:02 under Ship's Log

Position: 31.1413°N 81.4962°W    Brunswick Georgia

Log: 372

SV “Peacemaker” in Brunswick GeorgiaSailing back to Brunswick felt wonderful because we know this stretch of the ICW now. Even missing channel markers can’t confuse us anymore.

We especially enjoyed the sights of Cumberland Island this time because Carpe Diem is so familiar to us now and she almost steers herself through the thick buoy jungle.

Seeing Peacemaker in daylight was even more of a sight. This time we were also given a grand tour on all of her decks and through her humongous belly. If you thinkShroud diving Carpe Diem has to many lines, you have to see the running rigging of this beast. Will was invited immediately by a few younger fellows that live aboard to some yard diving. I decided that I’m to old for that.

Yard diving WillAfterwards Will and I were invited to participate in a celebration for a couple that was leaving the community. We had lots of food and some great insights into community living. Again I was very impressed by the hospitality of the people around here.

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2 Responses to “Another glorious day on the ICW”

  1. Edwardon 15 Feb 2008 at 21:14

    The hospitality at the Peacemaker is wonderful. Are you going to be around when they move her?

  2. Matthiason 15 Feb 2008 at 21:52

    I would love to be around. When are they going to move her and where to?

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