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rounding cape hatteras ~ a sailor’s fear (part two)
Posted on October 28, 2012 by Jenny
October 12 – 14, 2012 ~Part Two~ After our near run-in with the monstrous, orange car carrier freighter, we didn’t relax until we were well away from the Chesapeake Bay shipping lanes. Once we were sure all was good again, we turned our focus to sail adjustments. The wind was strengthening to 30 knots, so … Continue reading »
Categories: nature & wildlife, navigation, passages | Tags: Atlantic Spotted Dolphins, Cape Hatteras, night watch, running aground | 2 Comments
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