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Boats near abandoned ship in the Bahamas
Crossing {with other|along with other|to} boats {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} fun and {makes it|can make it|helps it be|causes it to be} {a|the} little bit safer. Craig Kotilinek

{Having|Getting} {grown up|matured} boating {in|within} Wisconsin on inland {lakes|ponds} with seasonal docks {and|plus} boatlifts, and nothing {even|actually|also} close to resembling tides, Florida’s coastal boating fascinates me—especially when I {think about|consider} what lies {just|simply} beyond the coast. {You|A person} mean I can {boat|vessel|motorboat|ship} to another country? {And|Plus} it’s not that {far|much|significantly|considerably}? {This is|This really is} wild. I’m in.

{Sure enough|Affirmed}, as soon {as|because|since} I had my {own|personal|very own} offshore-capable boat, the Florida-to-Bahamas crossing crept into {my|the|our} impressionable mind. From {there|presently there|right now there|generally there}, it was research {time|period}, a frenzied quest {of|associated with} information gathering on {par|k?rester} with D-Day or moon-landing preparations. The difference, {though|although|even though}, {was that|is that} {this|this particular} trip was {only a|just a|merely a} little {over|more than} 50 miles and {could|can} be accomplished {in a couple|in a few|inside a couple|inside a few|within a couple|within a few|in the couple|in the few} of hours on {boats|vessels|motorboats} as small as {personal|individual|private} watercraft, {if the|when the} conditions were favorable. {Fortunately|Luckily|Thankfully}, our craft was {slightly|somewhat} larger for the {crossing|traversing|bridging}, a 1986 Mako {named|called} Keko roughly 28 {feet|ft|foot} {in length|long}. And {while|whilst} it had {only a|just a|merely a} single {engine|motor}, it was {a reliable|a dependable}, well-maintained Mercury Verado {only a few|just {a|the} few} years old {with|along with} low hours. The hull itself {had been|have been} tested in some {pretty|fairly|quite} nasty offshore squalls, {and|plus} I was confident {in|within} its seaworthiness. {Even so|However|Nevertheless|Having said that}, I {wasn’t|was not} in a hurry {to test|to check|to try} {its|the} mettle on the {crossing|traversing|bridging} with a mostly {green|eco-friendly} crew of inshore boaters wearing prescription-grade motion-sickness {patches|areas|spots|sections|pads}.

Fortunately, we could {find|discover} strength in numbers.

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We {decided|made the decision|determined|made a decision|chose} to cross to Bimini from Fort Lauderdale {with a|having a|using a} flotilla of other boats {as|because|since} part of an {annual|yearly} Boating Fling sponsored {by|simply by} the Bahamas Ministry {of|associated with} Tourism. I had {no idea|no clue} what {to|in order to} expect, so we {spent|invested} many a weekend {evening|night|night time} {during the|throughout the} {pandemic|outbreak} researching how other (mostly Miami-based) boaters had prepped and taken the {trip|journey|vacation} over to the Bahamas. With this foundation, {we|all of us|we all} leaned on the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism {to|in order to} fill in our {knowledge|understanding|information} gaps until we {felt|experienced|sensed} prepared to take {on|upon} the blue waters {of|associated with} the Gulf Stream. {Here’s|Here is} how it went.

Launching a boat in the dark
{Getting|Obtaining} on the water {early|earlier} in the morning {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} the best option. Craig Kotilinek

{Weathering|Enduring} the Weather

One {thing|point|factor|issue|matter} we learned from {talking|speaking} with experienced cruisers {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} if weather isn’t {on|upon} your side, never {attempt|try} the crossing. Fortunately, {there|presently there|right now there|generally there} are plenty of {tools|equipment} at our disposal {for|with regard to|regarding|intended for|to get|pertaining to|meant for|designed for|just for} predicting a smooth {crossing|traversing|bridging}. A boater named Marv Market made this {clear|obvious|very clear|crystal clear|apparent} {to me|in my experience|in my opinion}. Market {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} a 78-year-old fellow Wisconsinite who has made {14|fourteen} crossings to various {locations|areas|places}. After suffering one {particularly|especially} harrowing run from {the|the particular} Keys to Cuba {in|within} a 60-foot Viking {that|that will} pitched 30 degrees {in|within} the sporty seas, {he|this individual|he or she} decided there has {to|in order to} be a better {way|method}. “Just about everything {on|upon} the outside {of the|from the} boat that {could|can} be ripped off {was|has been|had been}, ” Market says. “I’d had enough, and {I|We|I actually} {decided to|chose to|made {a|the} decision to} start {my|the|our} weather service so {others|other people} could have {more positive|better} experiences. ”

Now marvsweather. com provides daily {reports|reviews} to help boaters {looking|searching} to make either {the|the particular} upper crossing (Lake {Worth|Really worth} to West End) {or|or even} lower crossing (Miami {to|in order to} Bimini) as smoothly {as|because|since} possible. The gist {is the|may be the|will {be|become|end up being} the|could be the} {lower|reduce|reduced|decrease|cheaper} the wind, wave {height|elevation} and period, {the better|the greater}. The most {favorable|beneficial|advantageous} conditions {tend to|often} {present|existing} themselves from May {to|in order to} August because the {Christmas|Xmas} winds usually die {down|straight down|lower} in April. The {crossing|traversing|bridging} {can be|could be} {accomplished|achieved} other times of {the|the particular} year given the {right|correct} circumstances, {of course, |naturally, } but the {main|primary|major} thing {to watch {out|away|out there} for|to consider}, besides hurricanes, is a northerly {wind|blowing wind|wind flow|breeze}. This pits the ever-flowing 5. 6-knot current {of|associated with} the Gulf Stream {against the|contrary to the} {wind|blowing wind|wind flow|breeze}, which makes for {treacherous|dangerous} standing waves that {build|develop|create|construct} in height and {power|energy|strength} {as the|since the|because the} wind increases in {speed|velocity|rate|acceleration|swiftness|quickness} and fetch. It {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} doable to cross {when|whenever} winds are below 10  mph and have {only|just} a slight northerly {component|element} (east-northeast, west-northwest), {but the|however the} take home {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} to wait for {favorable|beneficial|advantageous} conditions at least {a|the} few days {before {and|plus} after|after and before} {your|your own} crossing there and {back|back again}. And as Market {says|states}: “Never boat on {a|the} schedule when weather {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} a concern. ” {Those|All those|Individuals|These|Those people} are wise words {that|that will} apply to all boaters.

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{As far as|So far as} time of day, {morning|early morning} is almost always {your|your own} best option. Florida’s {afternoon|mid-day} squalls are no {joke|laugh|scam} {and should|and really should} be avoided whenever {possible|feasible|achievable|probable}, so most boaters {making|producing} the crossing do {so|therefore} in the early morning—just like we did {with|along with} the flotilla.

Boat running in the open ocean
Fort Lauderdale to Bimini only {takes a|requires a} few {hours|hrs}. Craig Kotilinek


After {a|the} mostly sleepless night {for|with regard to|regarding|intended for|to get|pertaining to|meant for|designed for|just for} yours truly, we {got|obtained} up well before {sunrise|dawn} to complete last-minute provisioning. About seven boats {strong|solid}, we idled out {of|associated with} the Bahia Mar Marina in Fort Lauderdale {to|in order to} a gorgeous sunrise {and a|along with a|and {also|furthermore} a|plus a|as well {as|because|since} a} remarkably calm inlet.

{The beauty of|The {advantage|benefit} of} crossing from {Florida|Fl|California|Sarasota|Lakewood ranch} {to the|towards the} Bahamas is that it’s {a day|each day|per day} {trip|journey|vacation}. In a capable powerboat, there’s only about {20|twenty} minutes in the {middle|center} of the crossing {to|in order to} Bimini where you {can’t|can not} see land. The {entire|whole} run {takes a|requires a} few hours.


To say our {day|day time|time} was decent would {be|become|end up being} an understatement. We {ran|went|leaped|happened to run} about 30 mph {all|almost all|just about all|most|all of|many|most of|every|all of the} the way over, {and the|as well as the} feeling was more {like|such as} floating over waves {rather|instead} than pounding through {them|all of them}. We hardly even {threw|put} chine spray in {the|the particular} middle of the sapphire-blue waters of the {Gulf|Gulf of mexico} Stream.  

We {had|experienced|got|acquired} a large group {of|associated with} boats with {a wide|a broad} range of cruising {speeds|rates of speed}, so a group {of|associated with} three boats took {the|the particular} lead while {a few|a couple of} slower boats {and the|as well as the} Bahamian tourism boat {brought up|raised} the rear. As {tempting|attractive|appealing} {as it can be|as they can be|as possible}, don’t run away {from|through} your support boats {in|within} case you need {them|all of them} or they need {you|a person}. We stuck within {sight|view} {of our|in our|of {our|our own|the} own} wingmen the {whole|entire} way and navigated {as|because|since} a group around {a|the} small squall that {would|might|would certainly} have made our {trip|journey|vacation} considerably less pleasant, {communicating|interacting} via VHF radio.

{When|Whenever} you arrive in Bahamian waters and see {a|the} shimmer of land {on|upon} the horizon, it’s {a feeling|a sense} like {no|simply no} other. You’ve just {successfully|effectively} boated internationally. {The color|The colour} and clarity {of|associated with} the water welcoming {you|a person} into Bimini Harbor {will|will certainly|may|can} put your crew {on|upon} island time.


Boat anchored in the Bahamas
The surrounding waters {are|are usually} crystal clear. Craig Kotilinek

Why {the|the particular} Bahamas?

With all {the|the particular} preparation, planning and {early|earlier} mornings, {you may|you might} wonder why people {would|might|would certainly} bother making the {crossing|traversing|bridging} in the first {place|location}. The answer: It {truly|really} is a paradise {with|along with} azure waters, which {many|numerous|several|a lot of} boaters claim are {some|a few|several} of the purest {{in|for} {diets} the world|on the planet|on earth}.

We got {in|within} with a head {full|complete} of steam and {ready|prepared} for adventure. After {clearing|cleaning|eradicating|removing} Bahamian customs at {the|the particular} Bimini Big Game {Club|Golf club|Membership}, we headed south {to|in order to} Honeymoon Harbour to {swim|go swimming} with stingrays, nurse sharks and turtles, and {had|experienced|got|acquired} the beach to {ourselves|ourself|yourself}. From there, {it was|it had been} {a quick|a fast} jaunt down to {Gun|Weapon} Cay to explore {the|the particular} abandoned lighthouse, and {then|after that} on to snorkeling {near|close to} the wreck of {the|the particular} Sapona . {The history|A brief history} of the Sapona {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} a story in {itself|by itself|alone}, but suffice it {to|in order to} say that this {World|Globe|Planet|Entire world} War I-era concrete {ship|deliver} {is now|is currently|has become} a wonderful destination {for|with regard to|regarding|intended for|to get|pertaining to|meant for|designed for|just for} checking out wildlife {and|plus} attempting some pulse-raising {dives|delves} off the top {deck|outdoor patio|porch}. We rounded out {{the|your} {guide} day|your day|the afternoon|the morning} with drinks and {dinner|supper} at Big John’s {overlooking|looking over} the channel.

Boats beached in the Bahamas
Miles {of|associated with} beaches await in {the|the particular} Bahamas. Craig Kotilinek

The beauty {of|associated with} Bimini is there’s {plenty|a lot} to see when {you’re|you are} not boating, as {well|nicely|properly}. We rented golf {carts|buggies} and toured every {inch|in .|”} {of the|from the} {island|tropical isle|isle}, chatting with locals {on the way|along the way} to and from {restaurants|dining places} and food stands. Shoreside highlights included fresh conch salad from Bonefish Eddie’s, where we learned {how|exactly how|just how} to clean conch {while|whilst} we waited. {With a|Having a|Using a} net {full|complete} of live conch {waiting|waiting around} to be harvested {beside the|near the} restaurant, {fresh|new|refreshing|clean|fresh new} doesn’t even begin {to|in order to} describe the taste {of that|of this|of the} conch salad. It was {absolutely nothing|practically nothing|nothing at all} like the texture {or|or even} taste of the conch salad {we have|we {now|right now|today|at this point} have} access to {in|within} central Florida, {and {I|We|I actually} think|and i believe} {we|all of us|we all} are ruined on {the|the particular} dish until we {return|come back} to the Bahamas.

Boat near abandoned ship
{The|The particular} Sapona {makes for|creates} {an|a good} excellent snorkeling destination. Craig Kotilinek

{A few of|Some of|Several of} us woke up {early|earlier} each morning and {further|additional|more} explored the island, {getting|obtaining} fresh baked goods {from|through} Nate’s {for the {rest|sleep|relax|relaxation} of|throughout} our sun-kissed, rum-soaked crew. We also {went|proceeded to go} to the world-famous {Radio|Stereo|Radio stations} Beach, a stretch {of|associated with} powdery sand with {waves|dunes|surf} lapping the shore. {The|The particular} purifying waters are {perfect|ideal} to while away {the|the particular} afternoon, playing beach {games|online games|video games} and {soaking up|taking in} sun. This truly {made|produced} every bit of {preparation|planning|preparing} {worth it|worthwhile}.

Safety {Checklist|Register|Directory|Guidelines|Insights}

Making a crossing {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} all about preparation. {Try|Attempt|Try out|Consider|Test} to get 90 {percent|%} of the work {done|carried out|completed|performed|accomplished} before your boat {hits|strikes} the water so {you|a person} can {have a|possess a} nice, relaxing day {with|along with} little to worry {about|regarding} other than keeping {your|your own} captain’s hat from {flying|soaring|traveling} off on the {run|operate}.

{To prepare|To get ready|To organize} for our {crossing|traversing|bridging}, we trailered our {old|aged|older|outdated|previous} boat {to our|to the} driveway and worked {through a|via a|by way {of|associated with} a} daunting checklist {to|in order to} get it ready {for|with regard to|regarding|intended for|to get|pertaining to|meant for|designed for|just for} some real offshore {adventure|experience|journey}. The prospect of {breaking down|wearing down|deteriorating} was {a|the} genuine concern, {and we|and} needed to prepare {to|in order to} either tow someone {else|otherwise} dozens of miles {or|or even} get towed. That {meant|designed|intended|supposed} plenty of safety {equipment|gear|products|tools|devices|apparatus|machines}.

  • When it {comes|arrives} to safety gear, {the|the particular} old saying “if {you got|you have} one, {you|a person} got none” applies. {The|The particular} harsh combination of {the|the particular} jarring and pounding {through|via|by means of} waves and the {corrosion|rust|deterioration} that comes along {with|along with} the marine environment {means|indicates} safety equipment {needs {to|in order to} be|must be} in {duplicate|replicate|copy} or triplicate. One {of|associated with} the most important {pieces|items|parts} of safety equipment {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} a good VHF radio with {a|the} long-range antenna {so you can|so {that|that will} you can} call {the|the particular} US Coast Guard {or|or even} a tow company {{in|for} {diets} the event of|in {case|situation} of} an emergency, {as|because|since} well as communicate {with|along with} marinas and nearby {boats|vessels|motorboats}. Although I had {installed|set up} mine {years ago|years back|in years past} and {it|this} had never failed {me|me personally|myself}, we picked up {a|the} handheld VHF to {back it up|support it}.
  • An emergency position-indicating radio beacon ( EPIRB ) {or|or even} personal locator beacon( PLB ) {is essential|is important|is vital}. {Both|Each} fill a similar {role|part|function}, which is to {notify|inform} search and rescue {agencies|companies|firms|organizations} {in the event of|in case of} an {emergency|crisis}. The difference is {that|that will} an EPIRB mounts {on|upon} the vessel, while {a|the} PLB is worn {by|simply by} a crewmember. {For our|For the} situation, a PLB {was the|was your} {perfect|ideal} solution. When registered {with|along with} NOAA, it would {allow|permit|enable} us to signal {for|with regard to|regarding|intended for|to get|pertaining to|meant for|designed for|just for} help from anywhere.
  • Next up, {you need|you require|you will need} what the Coast {Guard|Safeguard} defines as an “efficient sound-producing {device|gadget} , ” or {what|exactly what} I call a whistle. That’s right, {you need|you require|you will need} {some|a few|several} way to signal {other|some other|additional|various other} vessels in close {proximity|closeness}, and whether it’s {a|the} built-in horn, {a PA|a PENNSYLVANIA} system or a whistle, {it has|they have|it offers} to be there.
  • A fire extinguisher is next. The {humble|simple|very humble} fire extinguisher is {something|some thing} you hope you {never|in no way|never ever|by no means|certainly not} have to use, {but|yet} having it around {can|may} make the difference {between|among|in between} {an inconvenience|a hassle} {and|plus} a tragedy. Make {sure|certain} it’s charged and {ready|prepared} to go. Oh, {and|plus} carry more than {the|the particular} minimum requirement for {your|your own} boat type.
  • To navigate, we {made|produced} sure the chart plotter was {up to date|updated|up-to-date|current}. Sure, you can {always|usually|constantly|often|generally|continually|at all times|consistently|normally} use old-fashioned charts , but {a|the} modern chart plotter {with|along with} a man-overboard function {and|plus} charts installed for {your|your own} chosen waters is {the|the particular} way to go. {To|In order to} back up your {chart|graph} plotter, we recommend {a|the} good offshore compass {as|because|since} well. If {all else|everything else} fails, you {know|understand} you can get {home|house} with that.
  • Also, carry {a complement|an enhance} of flares and signaling devices , both electronic and pyrotechnic. Choose those manufactured {to|in order to} SOLAS (Safety of {Life|Existence|Lifestyle|Living|Lifetime} at Sea treaty) {requirements|needs|specifications}.
  • And {finally|lastly}, life {jackets|outdoor jackets|overcoats|coats|spencer} . {They are|They {may|might} be|These are} arguably {the|the particular} most important piece {of|associated with} safety equipment on {your|your own} boat, {and you|and {also|furthermore} you|and you also|so you} need to have {at|in|from|with|on} least one well-fitting {US|ALL OF US} Coast Guard-approved life {jacket|coat} for each crewmember. {It’s|It is} {a good idea|advisable|{a good|a great} option|a good suggestion|recommended} {for|with regard to|regarding|intended for|to get|pertaining to|meant for|designed for|just for} all crewmembers to {wear|put on|use} them when making {a|the} crossing, and it’s {federal|federal government|government} law {for kids|for children} under 13 years {of|associated with} age aboard most {types|sorts|varieties|forms} of boats while underway. Back up the {life|existence|lifestyle|living|lifetime} jackets with a throwable US Coast Guard-approved {personal|individual|private} flotation device and {you|a person} should be ready. {If|In case|When|In the event that} this all sounds {redundant|unnecessary}, how many sad {stories|tales} have you heard {that|that will} could {have been|happen {to|in order to} be|are actually|are already|have {already|currently} been|are|were} avoided by {running|operating|working} through this routine {checklist|register|directory|guidelines|insights}?

{Hurricane|Storm} Awareness

When Hurricane Dorian slammed into the Bahamas as a Category {5|five} storm in fall 2019, it left {a path|a route} of devastation {from which|that} the island nation {is still|continues to be|remains} {recovering|recuperating}. All told, Hurricane Dorian did $3. 4 {billion|billion dollars} worth of damage. {When|Whenever} boating to the Bahamas, keep your eye {on|upon} the Atlantic hurricane {models|versions}, and don’t even {consider|think about} a crossing if {the|the particular} projected path takes {the|the particular} hurricane anywhere close {to|in order to} the Bahamian archipelago. {For|With regard to|Regarding|Intended for|To get|Pertaining to|Meant for|Designed for|Just for} the latest forecast, {visit|check out|go to} nhc. noaa. gov .

Playing on the beach in the Bahamas
From stingrays to sharks and turtles, the Bahamas has {all manner of|many} adventures. Craig Kotilinek

{Customs|Traditions} Checklist

Clearing Bahamian Customs

Before disembarking from your boat {anywhere|anyplace} in the Bahamas, {you will need to|you {will|will certainly|may|can} have to} clear {customs|traditions}. To do this, {we|all of us|we all} docked at the Bimini Big Game Club {in|within} Bimini Harbor, and {I|We|I actually} (only the “master” {of|associated with} the vessel is {allowed|permitted} off) walked {to the|towards the} immigration office {a|the} block north on Queen’s Highway with health visas, Bahamas customs clearance {forms|types}, immigration cards, boat {registration|sign up|enrollment}, negative PCR COVID-19 {tests|assessments|checks|testing|exams|lab tests|medical tests}, vaccination cards and {passports|given} {for each|for every} crewmember. A temporary cruising {permit|enable|allow} is required and {runs|operates} $150 for {a foreign|an international} pleasure boat up {to|in order to} 35 feet, or $300 for larger boats. {Good|Great} for 90 days, {this|this particular} fee covers the {cost|price} of fishing permits {for|with regard to|regarding|intended for|to get|pertaining to|meant for|designed for|just for} up to three {people|individuals}. Additional fishing permits {can|may} be purchased for {$20|20 dollars} each for additional {anglers|fishermen}. Every crewmember needs {to|in order to} {fill out|complete|fill in} {and|plus} sign a date-stamped {immigration|migration} arrival card. {To {learn|understand|find out} more|To find out more|For more information}, visit  bahamascustoms. gov. bs/aircraft-and-vessels/cruising-inward-declaration-and-permit .

{United States|Usa|United {states|says|declares|claims} of america} Reentry

After visiting {a foreign|an international} country, US federal {law|legislation|regulation} requires pleasure boaters {to|in order to} immediately report their {return|come back} to the United {States|Says|Declares|Claims} to US Customs {and|plus} Border Protection. The {easiest|simplest} way is {via the|with the} CBP ROAM {app|application} (available from the {App|Application} Store or Google Play), accessible via any {smart|wise|intelligent|clever|sensible} mobile device. The {boat|vessel|motorboat|ship} owner inputs biographic {information|info|details}, and conveyance and {trip|journey|vacation} details, then submits {the|the particular} trip for review. {You’ll|You will} receive a push {notification|notice} and an email {with|along with} your clearance status {as|because|since} well as any {required|needed|necessary} next steps, if {applicable|relevant|appropriate|suitable}, once a CBP {officer|official} reviews the trip. {For|With regard to|Regarding|Intended for|To get|Pertaining to|Meant for|Designed for|Just for} complete details, visit  cbp. gov .

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Relaxing in the Bahamas
Relaxation {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} on the menu. Craig Kotilinek

{Group|Team} Chat

For {a deep|a heavy|a strong|a serious|a deeply} dive to plan {your|your own} trip, the Facebook {group|team} “ Miami {to|in order to} Bimini ” {is|will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} a great resource {filled with|filled up with|full of} friendly people who {have|possess|have got} answered {just about any|almost any|virtually any} question {you|a person} can think of {on|upon} the crossing. It’s {a|the} great way to {get|obtain} yourself {acquainted with|familiar with|accustomed to} the crossing {and|plus} {hook up with|date} {others|other people} interested to cross {together|with each other|collectively|jointly}. Here you can {get|obtain} feedback on changing {rules|guidelines} and issues, such {as|because|since} COVID-19 protocols.


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