We woke up around 3:00am to start our journey across the Mona Passage. Asa helped pull up the anchor while Alisa and I stayed asleep in bed. Eventually, probably around 5:00am I made my way to the cockpit to see that Matt was alone. Asa had kept him company for a little while before heading … Continue reading TRAVEL BY DINGHY



The RMS Rhone was built in 1865 starting a new class of British Steamships. It was 310ft long and 40ft wide. In 1867 the Captain of the Rhone was traveling through the Caribbean and thought he was safe from the hurricane season as he sailed across Salt Island.  But Neptune had other plans and as … Continue reading RECOVERY STAGE