Today, we will officially complete our circumnavigation of the Caribbean Sea, crossing a path we made while traveling through the Bahamas in November of 2015, on our way from the Berry Islands to the Exumas. That’s just four months and four days short of exactly three years ago!
To see our current location, and to see this route in a larger scale, go to the Where Are We Now page of our blog, and following the link at the bottom of the page. Once on the inReach site, you can zoom in and out, and select “aerial,” in the bottom box on the left corner of the map, for a Google Earth view.
Our entire route and total miles for this adventure extends outside the circle, but completing the Caribbean circumnavigation, and it’s roughly 7,000 nautical miles, is an exciting milestone!
This does not mean our journey is over. We’ve visited many places, since leaving Dominica in March, and there’s much to tell! If you’re not signed up to follow along with us, remember to check back for new posts on our recent experiences.
On a side note, Scott and I met fifteen years ago today, on the lawn at a Jimmy Buffett concert…so there’s much to celebrate aboard Sea Life!
“Shells Sink, Dreams Float. Life’s Good On Our Boat!”
7 thoughts on “A Big Milestone For Sea Life And Her Crew”
Awww such exciting news. You guys have a great life!!!
You and Scott met at my beer stand… Viva stand five
You guys met at my beer stand… Viva stand five
Ahhh stand five. Great memories!
Changes in Latitude, Changes in Attitude. Much to celebrate.
Congrats!! & continued safe travels.
Congratulations and keep in touch.