Around and About Fernandina Beach, Florida

All snuggled in at Fernadina Beach Marina for the MTOA 2012 Southern Rendezvous.

We were happy to meet up again with the crew on Mosey (above), we last saw them in Marathon in February. Also in attendance at the rendezvous was the crew of Active Captain (below).

We had left the marina for a little cruise and to get a pump out. The paper mill (see the smoke behind the boats) was an interesting sight.

On the way out of the marina for our pump out, we got some good photos of Roy, Ellen and Lucy, on Our Turn (above).

One of the best things about attending this rendezvous was being able to meet up with our good friends, Diane and Louis, on Bella Luna. Here we are enjoying a late night, after dinner, treat downtown.

Comments

  1. Greg says:

    I really enjoy this site and wait evwery new posting. I see that you are docked betweem a C Dory and a Rosborough. I am interesting in the Rosborough 246 and wonder if ya’ll have an opinion of the boat. Please keep it coming. Thanks Greg

    1. lisa says:

      Greg, we looked at C-Dorys and Rosboroughs along with the Ranger Tugs. All great boats and all quite different. We liked the Rosborough’s big back deck and stationery cover the most. What kind of boat do you have?

      1. Greg says:

        Have a 21 foot bowrider but am interested in some local cruising in the ICW. I live close to the Deep Creek locks outside of Norfolk VA and see ya’ll cruising the loop. My wife is from Utica NY and I have read from the blogs about the Erie canal. I would like to get involved and am looking for a boat that is trailerable for all of the reasons you have given. I look forward to reading about your summer cruising the Great Lakes. Thanks Greg

        1. lisa says:

          Greg, we really enjoyed the Norfolk area when we have cruised through there. Let us know if you have any specific questions about trailerable trawlers.