Traveled 52 miles on the ICW, turned off at mile 620 proceeded 8 miles across the St, Catherine Sound and up the Medway River to Sunbury Crab Co. The Waterway Guide said this is “Key West just a whole lot closer”.
Departed Cooper Creek anchorage back on the ICW headed south.
Container ship going down Savannah River, glad it passed before we crossed, note how the cold 51* wind is blowing the grass.
Crossing the Savannah River.
Along the ICW.
Two more bridges.
A Savannah Marina wow!
Miles of open flats then marina’s filled with boats.
Bridge inspection or repair.
Pastrami sandwich for lunch, by our ever creative Captain (or cabin boy Bob).
A little chillier today on these big bays.
Crossing St. Catherine’s Sound with a view of the Atlantic Ocean off the bow.
Sail boat coming and going.
Medway River note the demise of this vessel……guess that Skipper should have attended Captain Bob’s Trawler School.
Pulling up to Sunbury Crab Co. Marina and Restaurant.
Putting out the anchor snubber before liberty is granted.
Boiled crabs, shrimp and whiskey sours makes a good mix for a wonderful evening.
Captain and his first mate.
“This place is funky, ecclectric and fun.”
Heading back to the “Miami Mermaid” for the evening.
First mate redoing the hook for the “Ding-A-Ling”. One more chore before we can rest.