Here are some statistics regarding our entire trip from Jacksonville to Port Stanley.
|Total Distance Traveled||1,695 Nautical Miles (1,951 Miles / 3,060 Kilometers)|
|Total Days For Trip||56|
|Number of Days Underway||36|
|Number of Hours Underway||300|
|Total Diesel Fuel Consumed||375 USG (312 Imperial Gallons / 1,420 Litres)|
|Diesel Consumption Rate||1.25 USG/Hr (1.04 Imperial G/Hr) Wow – Really Happy About That!|
|Average Speed||6.5 knots / Hr (7.5 MPH / 12 KMH)|
|Average Distance Travelled Each Day||47 Nautical Miles (54 Miles / 85 Kilometers)|
|CREW||From – To|
|Chris Cavanaugh||Jacksonville to Myrtle Beach – July 1 to July 16 – 390 Nautical Miles|
|Ed Creaser||Myrtle Beach to New York City – July 16 to August 6 – 735 Nautical Miles|
|Catherine Heighway||New York City to Port Stanley – August 6 to August 25 – 570 Nautical Miles|
Wow, what an amazing trip! For additional details see the trip log at the bottom of this page.
Thank you so much Chris and Ed for helping me out and sharing this adventure with me. And, of course, thank you Catherine for being a very big part of it too. Our first of many adventures together in our “new” little trawler!
Over the next few weeks I will be doing odds and ends with the boat to get her ready for haul out and winterizing. I have a fairly long list of projects for this winter – some big and many small. Hopefully I can get them all done before launch time next spring!
Watch for posts in the coming weeks and months regarding haul out and repairs and improvements.