Left Jekyll this morning at 7:45 heading north to Thunderbolt, Ga,..a suburb about 6 miles outside of Savannah. The tide was dead low, and the first mile or so north of the Jekyll marina is a notorious shallow section of the ICW. Needless to say the depth sounder got a lot of attention, but all went well. I had a good feeling about the trip after the show I received while waiting on the sun (dolphin pic) They feed in the shallows around the marina at low tide and, based on their intent look at me, must get a hand-out on occasion.
The rest of the trip went well, all 92 miles, and I was tied up by 5 pm. I included a pic of Alchemy's dash while underway for those uninitiated to the world of boater electronics: Radar on the left, Color Chart Plotter center, autopilot, depth sounder, shifters/throttles, spread about...quite handy stuff!!