from Jan on 2.6.13Hi Chip -- we were just up there, off Marina Jack's. They strongly encouraged us to pick up a mooring ball, but did grudgingly admit that we could anchor 150 feet behind the mooring field if we were just traveling through (which we were). We didn't check other navigable waters, is th ...
from Jan on 8.12.12Hi All!
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from Jan on 1.17.12No idea anything about the west coast portion of the trip as we've not been through the canal. We have cruised the Western Caribbean from Cartagena, Columbia back to the SW Coast of Florida. The usual ports from Colon, are --
Colon to Providencia or San Andreas ... Columbia ...
from Jan on 5.30.11We can't really answer your question since when we left Florida in 2004 we let our FL state registration expire and used our USCG documentation to check in & out of countries from Mexico to Columbia and back. When we returned to SW Florida for a mini-refit, we re-established our Florid ...
from Jan on 4.30.11My husband swears by his Tifosi polarized wrap-around sunglasses. They're mainly for cycling but they do make some great polarized styles. I'd like to have a pair but they don't make any for smaller faces. http://www.tifosi ...
from Jan on 3.26.11J30? We have a very good looking friend who had a dream to retire in his early 30's and go sailing on his J30. He was sure he'd meet his dream partner but no ... the J30 was too spartan a boat to entice anyone else to want to live aboard. And sadly, the boat's on the hard in ...
from Jan on 3.11.11Hi! You have more than 20 years before you retire. There is no website that will provide you all the information because there is no "right" answer. Out cruising you will find every type of boat, every type of budget and every type of person. This topic is far too complex to do jus ...
from Jan on 11.10.10Our boat had a vintage 1998 dark green awlgrip hull when we bought it. We cruised from Florida to Cartagena, Columbia over the past 6 years. Our experience was that often our boat was cooler below than cruising friends with white hulls. My guess is that it has alot to do with the thickness of ...
from Jan on 9.28.07Uninhabited beaches are often inhabited by the aforementioned critters.... and they can be wicked about defending their perceived rights.
The concept sounds great tho'!
from Jan on 8.24.07url is http://web.mac.com/jan.irons/Come_Sail_With_Winterlude%21/Welcome.html
Sorry, trying to move my domain www.sailwinterlude.co ...
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