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Cruising Close To Home

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CRUISE LOG

BOAT NAME Dauntless

BOAT TYPE 1984 Albin 43 Sundeck Trawler

POWER Twin 250hp Volvo TAMD60C turbo diesels

ROUTE Lewis Wharf, Boston · Smith Cove, Gloucester, Massachusetts · Lewis Wharf

TOTAL DISTANCE 54nm

TOTAL FUEL USED 46.9 gal. (at $3.00 per gal.)

TOTAL FUEL COSTS $141

MOORAGE COSTS Smith Cove mooring ball · 1 night · $25

TOTAL MOORAGE COSTS $25

TOTAL FUEL AND MOORAGE COSTS $166

WEB EXTRAS

CRUISE ROUTE: BOSTON TO SMITH COVE, MASSACHUSETTS

  •  Lewis Wharf to Boston Harbor channel, outbound via President Roads
  •  Continue outbound via Boston North Channel to RW “NC”
  •  At RW “NC,” turn to 059° magnetic for 10.8nm to G “1”
  •  At G “1,” turn to 047° magnetic for 5.2nm to RG “RR,” Gloucester Outer Harbor
  •  At RG “RR,” head for the N “8,” just west of Ten Pound Island, and on to the G “11” marking the entrance channel to Gloucester Inner Harbor
  •  At GR “GH,” leave the marker to port and take the south channel around to starboard, heading into Smith Cove

CHARTS USED: BOSTON TO SMITH COVE, MASSACHUSETTS

  •  Gloucester Harbor and Annisquam River, NOAA Chart no. 13279
  •  Portsmouth Harbor to Boston Harbor, Merrimack River Extensions, NOAA Chart no. 13274

GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS & ROCKY NECK ART COLONY—CONTACT INFORMATION, ONLINE RESOURCES & OTHER INFO

  •  Gloucester Harbor Master—James Caulkett

http://www.harbormasters.org/cities/gloucester.shtml

email: jcaulkett@ci.gloucester.ma.us

Phone: 978.282.3012; fax: 978.281.4188

Harbormaster monitors VHF 16; working channels are VHF 12 and VHF 14

Moorings are $25 per night, by reservation

Emergency phone: 978.283.0704 (Coast Guard Station, Gloucester)

  •  Beacon Marine Basin

211 E. Main St., Unit 20

Gloucester, MA 01930

978.283.2380

beaconmarine@verizon.net

http://www.rockyneckartcolony.org/businesses.html

http://www.rockyneckartcolony.org/nsa.html

Reservations: 978.283.7967

Phone: 978.281.4470

  •  Gloucester attractions:

Five museums and many art galleries

Two live theaters and two cinemas

Whale watching and deep-sea fishing trips

Live music venues and a symphony

Dining indoors and out, casual to elegant

Motels, B&Bs, guest houses

Golf course and bowling lanes

Camping, biking, hiking

Kayaking, fishing, windsurfing

Parks and playgrounds

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