Day 1 of our 2020 Adventure went as well as we could have hoped for our first day back on the water. Destination – Jekyll Island. We covered 89 nautical miles over eight hours fifty minutes, around seventy miles of which was spent on a single course offshore between Tybee Roads and St Simons inlet in Georgia. We are grateful to the incredible staff at Shelter Cove Marina on Hilton Head Island for their exceptional hospitality at their wonderful facility. We wholeheartedly recommend that you spend some time there if the opportunity presents itself.
We had a fair current pushing us along all day and once the light chop of the morning settled down we had smooth-as-glass conditions for the rest of the ride allowing us to average just over ten knots and max out at around nineteen knots for a short spell, all under sunny skies.
It’s great to be back on the water!
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