Sailing South to the Bahamas Running Aground on the ICW Escape 26

Leaving St. Augustine sailing towards Ft. Lauderdale we see dolphins on the ICW have a hazard report and run aground entering cook crook anchorage near Ponce Inlet.

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Escape – Episode 26 Season 1

Sailing Vessel Escape
1981 C&C 36 refit and recondition project

Photography Gear
GoPro Hero3 & GoPro Hero3+
GoPro Hero4 Black
GoPro Hero5 Black
Canon 70D
iPhone 6 Plus
Canon 80D & 18-135mm
Manfrotto 190 Tripod
Rode VideoMic Pro
Dead Cat for Rode Mic

Raymarine a97
Raymarine EV-100 Wheel Autopilot for Sailboats
Raymarine HD Radar
Sonar/depth & temperature transducer, paddle speed transducer
Navionics Platinum+ Cartography
Navionics iPhone App for wifi chart updates to Raymarine a97 and transferring routes and waypoints
RayView Android app 40″ LG LED TV for viewing navigation information in the salon from the a97 via wifi
RayControl Android App on dedicated Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for controlling the a97 via wifi while in the salon
2015 27″ 5k iMac
Polar View with USB GPS and NOAA ENC (vector) and Raster Charts from Maine to South America, Active Captain Database & GRIB files
AquaMap iPhone app for Active Captain database access
Skipper Bob’s Anchorages along the Intracoastal Waterway
Paper Cruising Guides from Maine to the Bahamas
Christian Williams Alone Together

Renogy (4) 250W Watt 1000W Monocrystalline Solar Panels
Renogy 40 Amp MPPT Charge Controller
MPPT TRACER 3215RN Solar Charge Controller 30A
Remote Display for Charge Controller
Outback 80a Charge Controller

Spot Tracker
4g cell phone booster for Verizon

Weather & Passage Planning
PocketGRIB – Download GFS weather gribs to your iPhone
Storm – iPhone Radar app
FastSeas routing and passage planning

Coming Soon