Category Archives: Uncategorized

A Maine Coast Cruise

  August 5th – It felt a bit funny when we climbed out of our bunks, knowing that the cruise to Nova Scotia was off. We made two successful voyages to the Exumas in the Bahamas with perseverance and planning.   … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Changes in Attitudes, but Latitudes and Longitudes stay the Same

  August 4th & 5th August 3rd – After posting our last blog entry, the Admiral’s brother Keith and significant other Donna Martel drove over from their rental on Deer Isle for a visit. We had a great time exploring … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

There is Always a Plan B, or It’s A Boat, What did You Expect!

  July 31 Late afternoon on the 31st, the Admiral, the Captain, and Bucko Mate Rob Johnson boarded Pathfinder at it’s mooring in Northport, Maine. There were grand visions of voyages afar and crossing the notorious Bay of Fundy and … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 5 Comments

Setting Sail Again!

  The Captain and the Admiral will be setting sail once again!  The direction will be a bit different this time though.  On or about August 1st we intend to take Pathfinder from Bayside (Northport, ME) to Mt. Desert and … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Great Kills, NY to Falmouth, ME

Great Kills, NY to Falmouth, ME   May 16th – Pathfinder’s crew had an “easy” morning, as the tidal current for passing through New York Harbor and the East River did not flow in our favor until mid-afternoon.   We took … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Solomons, MD to Great Kills, NY

Solomons, MD to Great Kills, NY   May 8th – There was fog in the air and in the forecast this morning in Solomons, MD.   The Captain was happy that he was not single-handing again out on Chesapeake Bay, and … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Wrightsville Beach, NC to Solomons, MD

Wrightsville Beach, NC to Solomons, MD   April 28th – It was a chilly start to the day for Pathfinder’s crew with the temperature around 50 degrees. We knew our latitude climb to the north was having an affect.   The … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments