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Heading further north in St George:




Overlook the bay. Upper right conner is the Custom House (lower gray building)


Weekend is the community days for the Bermudians. Everyone comes out to enjoy in town, park, on the beaches. No pushy tourists, I was so tanned and hiding my camera, they thought that I was a local.




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This was first marker when we entered St. George. All visitor must enter here.


Very narrow channel, well protected water.




Bermuda Grass is dying w no rain:






Super Yacht Terminal is the place we got our free Wifi 24/7 . You will meet everybody here from all over the world




Set sail within two hours. We will have westerly wind all week, may be take awhile back home.

Signing off at Super Yacht Terminal 12:45 pm local time. Thanks for reading.
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Fair Winds and Safe Return, looks as if you had a wonderful time.
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Looks like an awesome trip so far. Very cool!
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After 8 days at sea, we can see Virginia Beach.

I want pizza
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Awesome!... btw it wouldn't be the first time pizza was delivered to a boat at sea.....
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Welcome home. I use Vinings Landing Marina in Little Creek to clear Customs. They will come to you on the boat and generally give permission to leave the boat for showers before they get there (ask nice). Fast and easy.
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Welcome home rockDAWG !
Glad it was a great trip for you & yours , I bet you dont last 2 days before you want to do it again lol
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Eight days! Slow trip!!
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Just got home after a total of 22 day voyage. Took a long shower and exfoliated myself from head to toes. I missed the soft water sower at home.

Agreed, the return trip was long. No wind, wrong wind and misjudging the gulf stream, but it is still a great trip. Can't wait to do more off shore sailing again.

Will reflect on the trip later. Thanks everyone for the helpful inputs.
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