I have found one other person to travel to Isla Mujeres. Still looking for one other.
You had asked about the trip. First let me tell you about me and sailing in open waters. Raised in Corpus Christi. Fished all the time. Never been sea sick. I do get quizzy when others get sick. It's the sick thing. I've only done 1 Gulf crossing. April before last I flew to Roatan to help a friend bring his boat back to Houston
. 1 over nighter to Cozumel Mx.. Then to Isla Mujeres. Then 4 nights to Galveston and Kemah
, Tx.. No moon light.
How did I get here from Tx.? Left Port Aransas, Tx. in mid March to Kemah
, Tx.. There we spent a week preparing for this trip to Florida
. Traveled the ICW
there we had to over night in the Gulf to Port St. Joe. Low bridges. Traveled to Apalachcola where we hit the Gulf again for another overnighter to Clearwater. Back on the ICW
and then back to Gulf. Sea's have been good to us. We watch the weather
The boat. 1973 Islander, 25hp Westerbeke diesel
, 4 cylinder. 2 Solar panels
, 1 wind
gererator. Boat came with a buildt in ice box, now it's a fridge. 2000 watt Honda
gerarator. 1 gal gas for 5,5 hrs run time for AC. Anchorage or dock
side only. V-berth, 2 setties. A-60 Raymarine
chart Plotter, Auto Pilot but not programmed yet. Has wheel
and captains chair. 28 gallon fuel tank
. 7/ 5 gallon diesel
jugs (35 gallons). Microwave. Head
in one. Fans. Dingy with Mercury
. 2 hand held GPS
. 4 person life raft. SPOT locater. Tracts our progress and sends to friends with HELP button. I'd be glad to send you a link and you could see where we are anchored.
Any other questions let me know. But I need to know asap if you are going. I have a friend checking weather and my wife is searching the weather also.
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