Welcome to Waves of Grace!

We have moved from Eagle's Wings to Waves of Grace, a Catalina 42 which will extend our winter ocean cruising grounds to the southern Bahamas and the Caribbean.

Please join us on our adventures! We would love to hear from you via cell phone or e-mail and when you get a minute come on down and visit!

Catalina Swap

Catalina Swap
The two gals share a dock at Navy Point. Leaving Eagle's Wings was bittersweet, but new adventures await us on Waves of Grace.

Getting crowded in Marathon

We biked to Sombrero Beach only to discover that the south side of the bike path has been totally cleared of vegetation and million dollar homes and townhouses are being constructed.  They are all shipped in as modules and then assembled on stilts.  We took a tour and then brought the dinghy into the canal on Sunday to see the backs of the houses.  The iguanas will have nowhere to hide.....

Boot Key, South Anchorage 2/14/2015

We did it again, a straight run from Miami to Marathon in 13 hours on Hawk Channel.  We had a great sail but had to put in after dark outside the harbor across from Seven Mile Bridge.  It seems that we are always running ahead of bad weather.  The winds were supposed to increase and blow from the east....We arrived in the south anchorage on Valentine's Day and found a good spot for the boat but it is far from the marina.  Good thing we have a dry dinghy.  We are #60 on the waiting list for a mooring ball.  The dinghy dock is full but today's sunrise was beautiful!

Sailing south again 2/11/2016

We left our mooring ball at Vero Beach City Marina this morning and headed out Ft. Pierce inlet around 9:00 AM only to be met with north winds and breaking waves on the jetty so we headed back to the ICW.  Eight bridges and many miles later we are anchored in Lake Worth ready to head out again tomorrow.  We encountered lots of dredging to the west of Peanut Island.  The deep water is very close to the dredge.  Here is a photo of the south end of Peanut Island with the high
rises close to the ocean.