It’s been slow going due to tepid winds. Serenity has been motoring to make up time and has encountered some engine problems. She will need a few engine parts when they get to St. Thomas.
Serenity at Sea
This is a running blog about Serenity, a 45' Shannon sail boat currently sailing around the Atlantic, and her crew.
Serenity’s GPS tracking system appears to be going out intermittently. Keep checking back as it should pick up again.
Left Virginia one day late due to poor weather. Serenity is now on it’s way south to the Caribbean.
Serenity and crew arrived in Portsmouth a few days ago. High gusty winds broke two batons on the way which are being replaced while in port. The crew is spending this week going over the boat, attending lectures, and plan to set sail for the Caribbean on Sunday November 2nd.
Serenity has left Block Island and is heading south to Virginia where they will spend a week checking the boat out and attending seminars.
preparations are being completed for the trip south which will start on Wednesday