Severn River, Mobjack Bay, Chesapeake Bay

Mark & Sue Owen
Wed 14 Nov 2012 23:52

37:19.45N 76:26.70W


A bright and breezy day, with winds gusting up to 30 knots from the north, enabled Sue to set a new record on the number of layers required to stay warm.  The record now stands at 7 (seven!), excluding harness, which resulted in the inevitable restricted mobility, but comfort is king!


Nonetheless progress was fast and for the first time this week we were anchoring without our navigation lights on.  We are now tucked up in the Severn River, in a lovely peaceful and sheltered spot.  It’s almost a shame that we need to move on at first light tomorrow.