Cat Island


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Published: June 17th 2017
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Geo: 24.3546, -75.4816From GGT we hopped over to Cat Island to meet up with Bliss II again. We left the Conch Cay Cut (top of Georgetown Harbour) and arrived at Hawk's Nest Point (bottom end of Cat Island) nine hours later. It was a good day of sailing, even though the seas were a bit rough there was a good wind that allowed us to carve nicely through the waves.Once on Cat Island, we spent the... Read Full Entry



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21st June 2016

Hi Liza, there is a technique for anchoring when the waves are on your beam. next time i run into you at the club, EYC, remind me and I'll explain how to get the waves back on your bow for a more restful motion. And sleep!
21st June 2016

Hi Liza, there is a technique for anchoring when the waves are on your beam. next time i run into you at the club, EYC, remind me and I'll explain how to get the waves back on your bow for a more restful motion. And sleep! for your clanging
mast, you'll need to pull all the wiring out of the mast. the trick to a quiet night is to zip tie the wiring into a "sausage" , with LOOONG zip ties, just don't cut them. the extra length on the ties acts as a bumper to stop the wiring from moving around. use lots and then put a few more so that they stick out all around. Then feed it back in and enjoy the silence. Almost. Because for the halliards I don"t have a solution.

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