Originally Posted by wayne.b
We haven't found that to be true at all and we anchor
out about 90% of the time. That's what the dinghy
is for -- going ashore, exploring new places, etc. Sometimes we'll rent a car for a day or two if we're at a new island. Sometimes we go exploring on bicycles, other times we'll take an organized tour or just go hiking around. You can always find something to do if you try, and of course you can always move on to a new port or new island. That's the fun of it. There are so many great places out there and I'll never see them all.
It looks like cruising is for you.
How long have you been at it?
I spent about 12 years "sailing/racing" the Gulf Coast
City (Round Shell island) to as far west as Biloxi, MS (out to Horn and Ship Island) and North to Sardis Lake, MS
But I didn't own an anchor
during all those years.......