When we left Herrington Harbour North last November we thought we were doing so for the last time. Today we returned with 3,664 nautical miles under Vinyasa’s keel and closed a cruising chapter.
We love this marina and we’ll be staying here until the Covid-19 pandemic subsides.
This last week had the usual mix of highs and lows that make cruising so special.
We enjoyed beautiful sunsets, had an easy transit through the Great Lock, admired a colorful sailboat and an impressive hovercraft, enjoyed frolicking dolphins, and ate ever so well.
We also struggled to find a suitable anchorage making for one very long and stressful day, experienced lengthy bridge delays, navigated through heavy fog and a thunderstorm, and killed countless biting flies.
Over the past six months we sailed to The Bahamas, Jamaica, and Cuba, and met delightful people in each locale. We anchored out 80 nights, moored on 64, and docked on 45.
We look forward to doing it all again, taking an even slower approach next time.