Moonstone takes a break in Titusville
We've made our way slowly up the ICW stopping off at Stuart, Vero Beach and Cocoa, unfortunately there has been little opportunity to sail and we've had to resort to the engine. Vero Beach was a particularly nice sheltered anchorage and it was only a 10 minute ride in the dinghy to reach the ocean shore where we were able to swim and mess about in the surf.
Moonstone is now moored in the Titusville Municipal Marina where we will leave her for a few weeks whilst we fly to the UK for Andrew and Sarah's wedding and visit the family and friends we haven't seen for such a long time.
So Moonstone is in the care of the manatees and dolphins who swim around her and here she can take a short rest until the middle of May when we shall set sail again on our journey north towards New York!