Captain’s Log 3/20/2021

It’s been almost a year since we posted a voyage summary, so here are some key statistics, a map showing our entire Great Loop trip, and a map of our travels since we resumed our Loop last November.

R&R: Daytona Beach, Florida – Northbound

Departed: September 8, 2019, Holland, Michigan

Travel Days: 59

Miles: 3,436

Fuel: 4,259 gallons

Locks: 37

Waterways Traveled: Lake Michigan, Calumet River, Cal-Sag Channel, Illinois River, Mississippi River, Ohio River, Tennessee River, Tenn-Tom Waterway, Tombigbee River, Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, Gulf of Mexico crossing from Florida Panhandle to Tarpon Springs, Anclote River (Tarpon Springs), Manatee River (Bradenton), Caloosahatchee River (Fort Myers), Marco River (Marco Island), Gulf of Mexico crossing to/from Florida Keys (4x), Indian Key Pass/Barron River (Everglades City), Gordon River (Naples), Caloosahatchee River (Fort Myers), Okeechobee Waterway, Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway

Adventures, Lessons, Smiles, Friends, Blessings: Still too many to count!

R&R’s Great Loop Voyage

R&R’s Great Loop travels since 11/2020

We recently installed a Nebo Tracker, a device that gathers information as we travel and sends us daily and weekly voyage summaries. Below is the voyage summary from our trip yesterday from Port Canaveral to Daytona Beach.

Cheers!

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