It really got crowded today beings it was a beautiful Saturday traffic was heavy, we traveled 57 miles in 6.5 hours arriving at Singer Island for anchorage.
Rise to the morning sun and our first bridge.
Coast Guard ship anchored at Fort Pierce and another bridge.
Meeting a SMALL pusher tug and Betty being friendly as usual.
Passing St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant.
Power plant in the distance and another trawler.
The “Old Salt” looking ahead and our navigation equipment.
Jensen Beach Bridge with people loving to fish on a Saturday morning and sail boat races.
Passing a pusher tug.
Sewell Point Bridge and an inlet from the Atlantic Ocean.
Houses along Port Salerno.
Cross the St. Lucie River into the Manatee Pocket.
I guess this ditch cuts through St. Lucie State Park.
Traffic started picking up.
Passing through South Jupiter Narrows.
Entering Hobe Sound and a small work barge.
Looks like traffic is picking up and Captain Bob came to the flying bridge to offer advise.
Locals are making use of the shoal island in Jupiter Sound as the traffic FLYS by.
The jersey boys on the “Sea Jeannie” plowed past us with no consideration of their wake, but we caught up and passed them at a draw bridge because they had to wait for it to open, we didn’t. But guess what the jersey boys plowed pass us again in Lake Worth.
Traffic on the water on a beautiful Saturday afternoon.
These folks seem to take there party bar with them – kind of reminds me of “Little Big Town” singing “Pontoon.”
Traffic on Lake Worth Creek.
Our final anchorage at Riviera Beach – West Palm Beach.
Doing our final chart plot and iPad route for tomorrow to Hollywood, FL.
Our final sun deck evening with our wine and books.