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About cruisingwithcuttingclass

Taught for 30 years, now enjoying the cruising life from New England to the Bahamas!

Home Sweet Home

Well, we made it!! After living through a tornado warning, thunderstorms then winds in the 30’s for the next day, we took off before sunrise for our 85 mile trip from Port Washington to our home port at Shennecossett Yacht … Continue reading

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Getting closer but UNCLE on this weather!!!

We left Atlantic City at 4:15am yesterday to make the 80 mile trip to Atlantic Highlands, inside Sandy Hook, before the winds were forecast to pick up. Not a bad day till we hit the hook with wind opposing current … Continue reading

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Temperatures dropping each day!!⛵️

Currently sitting in Cape May to wait out yet another blow. Hope to leave for Atlantic City tomorrow and inside of Sandy Hook on Sunday. Really getting closer to home! Pray for good weather for Long Island Sound next week🙏🏻. … Continue reading

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Carolina Cruising

Pushing our way north during this pandemic can be a bit tricky. So glad to be out of SC where they STILL haven’t locked things down! North Carolina, gratefully, seems to be taking things more seriously. We did an outside … Continue reading

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Just the two of us🎶

What a crazy world we are in! Hope that you are all healthy and safe from this virus. We are still in “get home” mode. We move when Mother Nature allows and sit when she doesn’t. We are currently in … Continue reading

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Fast Track through Florida

Had an uneventful crossing from the Bahamas to Lake Worth but little did we know the extent to which Covid-19 would effect our plans. Our intention was to rent a car from Vero and see family and friends on the … Continue reading

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Time to start our way home 😢

After over two months in our devastated winter home, it is time to get moving to begin our long trek to Connecticut. We saw some really great progress in Hope Town but with no power and lots more debris to … Continue reading

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