Re: Sailing from Tampa to Key West
Did a good part of that pass this spring and if you have the time, there are great places along the way to drop anchor. Gordons pass has a nice anchorage if you want to see how the other half live. Marco island is a good place if you need any supplies then from there there are some remote beaches that you can find sea shells and Sandy point is a good anchorage that has good wind protection. Being late in the year with shorter day light time you can drop down to or thru 7 mile bridge and hit Boot key where I'm sure you would still find a lot going on. then on to Key West.
Endeavour E-32 "Samara"
I am the Capt of my ship but sometimes I think I had more fun just being the cabin boy.