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Miami, August 2005

Pictures of our week-long sailing school in Miami aboard Sunday Morning. These aren’t as nicely annotated as the Caribbean pictures (mainly because I don’t remember the details and chronology as well, and also I’m in more of a hurry as I am putting them up on the web). The class was great. We went over the various systems on the boat and practiced different points of sail, docking maneuvers, man-overboard maneuvers, anchoring, etc., from about 9:00 each morning until about 6:00 each evening. Jennifer, our instructor, has been a sailor all her life and was a great teacher. The boat we were on, Sunday Morning, is owned by Jennifer and is a 35’ Benneteau with a sloop rig. We left Miami and sailed to Key Largo and back, stopping at different anchorages each night, except for the night we tied up at Gilbert’s at the Jewfish Creek Bridge.


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Sunday Morning docked
Nancy takes us through the bridge
Those tiny dots on the horizon are houses on stilts
Intra-Coastal Waterway marker

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Ye Olde Navigator
Ye Olde Skipper (in training)
Jewfish Creek
Sunset

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Let’s eat! Jennifer knew how to lay out a spread
In capable hands
Babe on the bow
Refreshing beverages