is one of the safest things you can do in a pandemic caused by an aerosolized virus. The aerodynamics of you cause particles in open air and a breeze to basically avoid the passages that might allow you to ingest the virus.
As long as you mask up when you go below with people outside your bubble!
1. Where was your boat to start the year?
2. Where did the boat end the year?
It's not over
3. If different, where did you start and end the year?
4. How many days did you spend on passage
5. How many days did you spend on anchor/mooring ball?
many... who counts? 150?
a lot of days I'd get the day sailer and play with that, then go back and brood on the heavy cruiser
6.How many days at a dock/marina?
oh sorry, some of those, not many, are at marinas
.... 15? they are expen$$$ive here
7. How many nights did you spend away from the boat?
maybe 3 dozen... I have elder family
to check in on, which is why I'm not in Sicily
8. How many days was the boat on the hard
the cruiser, never...covid made me not want to haul her... the daysailer is gone now. (She's a wet ride)
9. How many days (other than passage) did you spend entirely on the boat?
a lot of those days at anchor
I'd while away on the boat
10. How did COVID impact the numbers vs a 'non COVID' cruising year?
I don't want to haul it.... I wore masks at docks and in towns... when people came on board, we'd test and "pact" to be a bubble... or if they were joining me for a day, I'd refuse them quarter below without masks... Not everyone loved that..,
But I never left New England
, when the outbreak in summer wasn't that bad....