Saturday, 14 January 2017


Friday, January 13, 2017 ~ At 8:00 am we left the dock at our marina for Clearwater Beach Marina for fuel.  By 9:00 am we are cruising at only 6 - 8 knots.  There are a lot of docks, boats and fishing boats in the water.  We saw many sets of dolphins in front of the boat.  At 10:00 am we felt this unusual vibration on the boat when we were going only 6-7 knots.  After this we felt it again about 4 - 6 times.  When we got our speed up to 20 knots at one point in time there was nothing.  This is very strange.  We docked at the Harborage Marina, St. Petersburg at 12:30 pm.  After lunch on board we walked into town along Beach, Bay and Centre Street.  It was an uneventful day besides the fact that Frans got a nice radio message (for once) “Captain Lady V we thank you for the slow pass.”  Our only issue at the marina was that we could not get internet service.  

The channel to Clearwater Beach Fuel dock is very
shallow on the Portside

This is what we see when we talk about crab pots

Beautiful homes along the waterfront of Boca Ciega Bay

Corey Causeway Bridge closing after a sailboat
and LADY V went through

An old building in St. Petersburg 

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