We will be Land-lubbers till fall 2018

Quick update! First off....has it really already been 8 months since we have seen Prism!?!?!? Jon and I have been sucked back into land life in full force. Besides the fact we get to be with friends and family once again... we are really, REALLY missing Prism. Once Jon and I went our separate ways … Continue reading We will be Land-lubbers till fall 2018

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St. Augustine to North Carolina

When we pulled away from Miami we were happy to be out of the hustle and bustle of the large city. Once again we were sucked into the gulf stream and made great time up to  St. Augustine covering 294nm in just 41 hours, averaging 7.1 knots with a max of 11.5knts. We were warned … Continue reading St. Augustine to North Carolina

Prism heads back to the states after 3 years

Isla Mujeres, what can be said other than we where a little let down by it and we where ready to move on.  After a week of mediocre tacos and good dental work we pulled away from the fuel dock and made our way out through the harbor channel and headed for the north end … Continue reading Prism heads back to the states after 3 years

Isla Mujeres, Mexico

When we left Cayman Brac, we knew it was going to be a calm and slow sail. The winds were mostly from behind and very light. We were able to keep sailing for the first 36 hours, but would have to turn the engine on during the night to keep our speed up and to … Continue reading Isla Mujeres, Mexico

Cruising the Sister Islands, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman

The  customs mooring ball sat in about 50-60 feet and the water was so clear it looked fake!!! It killed us that we had to wait till 8:30 to check in, as you are not allowed to get off the boat at all, including swimming!!! It was only just 7am!!! An hour and half of … Continue reading Cruising the Sister Islands, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman