St Augustine to Titusville to Lake Worth

15 April 2015


On 14 Jan 2015 with overcast skies, we dropped the mooring ball and motored down the ICW stopping 1st in Daytona. The 2nd night was Titusville.

Titusville was an emotional visit. Lots of memories were made in T'ville over the years. It was tough and I'm sure the crew noticed. From there we made our way to the Cape Canaveral Canal. Passing through the canal we entered back into the Atlantic Ocean at sunset. The next night we anchored in Lake Worth for a well needed quality sleep.

Savannah to Amiela Island to St Augustine

14 Apr 2015


On 01 Jan 2015 we left the dock and said goodbye to Savannah. With a beautiful sail down the coast, I pulled into Amelia Island around midnight and picked up a mooring ball. I had a day to rest before new crew arrived on the boat. As always I had to go to The Happy Tomato and get some of my favorite BBQ.

With new crew and topped off tanks, we set sail for St Augustine on the 6th of JAN. St Augustine welcomed us with a beautiful sunset over the Bridge of Lions. Just at twilight we picked up a mooring ball. Queue the rain for the next week.

Charleston to Savannah

13 April 2015


On 27 Dec 2014 we departed CHS heading further down the coast. At around 2200 the Hammer inched her way into a quite spot to anchor beside of the USMC base in Port Royal, SC. At first light the anchor was up but not before the Marines.

Taking the ICW, I entered the Savannah River. Going with the current it was an easy trip up river to the City Docks. I had never been to Savannah for New Years Eve. My friend Brian (from Captains School) and his wife had their boat in town. We joined each other for dinner at a unique establishment. The food was out of this world and the company was great.

Upon return to the boat I found the party. A stage was built very close to the docks. A band was playing, people were celebrating with open containers, and fireworks. What's a party without fireworks? Savannah, you ROCK!