Greenwich Bay Adventure – and beyond . . .

Highlights of the extraordinary recent voyage  . . . .  a dozen sailors, with support from five (and two dogs) aboard the "mother-ships" and the safety boat.

Slow sail and motor to picnic lunch on board at Conimicut Light, with tending by "Mother Ship", Catherine and Stuart on Lotus. Then moving and finally sailing down to the west end of Greenwich Bay.  Arriving about 4:30. The boats moored at Dickerson's Apponaug Marina. Sailors ashore for supper at the Crow's Nest, joined by friends, and then car-pool home, since sailors didn't sleep on the boats. Next day, Sunday, the adventure continued. The same crew, plus three sailing the boats back to Edgewood. Returned by mid-afternoon.  Weather very brisk on Greenwich Bay, but a lot lighter after a stop for another picnic at Conimicut Point Light, joining Mario Almeida AddictionAccompanied by Sailing School instructors safety boat and by a supporting cruising class sailboat to provide "consultations" (amenities).

Out-bound and Home-bound, this first Greenwich Bay sail adventure to extended our range.

And next season again to Apponaug?
to Allen's Harbor?  
to Bristol?
to Newport?

The "Bay Adventure"
  boldly going where no ESS Rhodes has gone before!



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