We arrived here about two hours ago, after a beautiful sunny sail from Key West. Barry navigated us spot on with his Navionics iPhone app. The canal to Cudjoe Gardens Marina was tight but we passed through easily. We have several neighbors, including a (for-sale) larger catamaran across the way.
She's still secured to the mooring ball. We came to check and rest aboard after our overnight drive back to Key West. We were delighted to see these big fish (considered worthy gamefish, not for eating).
We plan to move Cay Player to Cudjoe Key tomorrow for a semi-permanent marina home.
Welcome to our sailing journal-blog for the sailing catamaran, Cay Player. She's a 1992 Gemini built by Performance Cruising of Annapolis, Maryland; hull #341 (sail #342). Coincidentally, that's where we originally purchased her and started the voyage down the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) ... although under a different name at that time.
The journal-blog is to the right, started in 2006 and recently we've resumed updating this travelogue. As for the column below, those are just some items that may be interesting, and lower down the "archive". This blog is about not just our boat, but sailing and water-related fun times of all sorts.
Those of you who know us, realize I'm using a "nom de plume" but Barry definitely is Barry!
Hope you enjoy these as much as we do ... it's a voyage that will continue for a long time ...!