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12 May 2018

Following Columbus Expedition IV.5, 12 May 2018 From Grand Turk Across the Columbus Passage and Along the North Shore of the Caicos Islands to the Break in the Reef Facing Pine Cay North of Providenciales. Up at 6:30 with rain…
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11 May 2018

Following Columbus Expedition IV.4, 11 May 2018 Anchored at Cockburn Town, Grand Turk, Explored Hawk’s Nest Anchorage as Suitable to Hold All the Ships of Christendom in 1492, and the Ridge Where We Believe Columbus Recommended Building a Fortress to…
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10 May, 2018

Following Columbus Expedition IV Great Sand Cay south of Salt Cay, Turks Islands, and counterclockwise around the east and north coasts of Grand Turk to Guanahaní Beach 10 May, 2018 Up at 6 AM this morning with a southeast wind…
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9 May, 2018

Following Columbus Expedition IV Crossing the Columbus Passage to Great Sand Cay 9 May, 2018 Had a less choppy crossing of the Columbus Channel. We reached Grand Turk in record time and decided that Great Sand Cay might offer us…
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12, 13 November, 2016

12 and 13 November, 2016 Landrail Point, Crooked Island, to Conception Island [87 nautical miles under sail from sunrise to sunset!]. Preliminary conclusion to this year’s expedition. We departed Landrail Point at first light and sailed with a northeast wind…
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11 November, 2016

11 November, 2016 French Wells to Landrail Point, Crooked Island. Our objective today was to study the gap with its three cays between Crooked Island and Long Cay/Fortune Island from a vantage point at sea. Then our plan was to…
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10th November, 2016

10 November, 2016 Little Harbour, Long Island to the cut between Crooked Island and Long Cay/Fortune Island The sea having calmed from yesterday, we sailed out of Little Harbour this morning without incident. We then steered southeast from the single…
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9th November, 2016

9 November, 2016 Prisoners of Paradise, Little Harbour, Long Island. Our departure from this exquisite harbour today was prevented by an unusual high train of North Atlantic waves continuing the entire day and rendering the narrow entrance too treacherous to…
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8th November, 2016

8th November, 2016 Clarence Town Harbour to Little Harbour, Long Island   Our departure from an excellent well-sheltered anchorage in Clarence Town Harbour was delayed by the necessity of moving vessels from the colourful Flying Fish fueling dock so that…
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