November 14 Beaufort SC to Redbird Creek GA

We untied from the mooring ball and left the mooring field at 07:04. Another cloudy and dreary day. Here is our photo journal for the day:

Port Royal Marina

Parris Island Marine Corps Recruit Depot

The white sand beach at Dolphin Head on Port Royal Sound

Beautiful homes on Dolphin Head

Hilton Head Marina

Huge homes with a beach and a view

A sailboat being towed on Calibogue Sound

A manatee habitat; idle speed

And we are entering Georgia!

Lovely homes

My favourite one so far

Causton Bluff -Sam Varnedoe Bridge

Thunderbolt Marine

We had to be careful going through Hell Gate; watching the depth. Raccoon Key is on the left and Little Dawn Island on the right. We had to be sure to stay right in the centre; it is a very narrow cut. We timed it to go through at high tide so it wasn’t too nerve wracking.

Once we were through Hell Gate, we were in deeper water in the Florida Passage. We anchored at Redbird Creek and set the hook at 16:17.Very windy and cold. Check out the marsh reeds; almost laying down from the wind.

We had no cell service and had to put the extra quilt back on the bed. It was a long, dreary day.

Today we travelled 60.97 nm.

2 thoughts on “November 14 Beaufort SC to Redbird Creek GA

    1. Found the sun the last couple of days here in Fernandina Beach, FL. Yes, it is quite an adventure. Glad to have you following along, Pat. We are sure looking forward to seeing the kids and grandkids at Christmas. ❤️


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