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Last report position from station Pepper

Date: 2020-11-11 18:42
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 18º 12.06'N:063º 05.62'W
Course: 335º Speed: 0.10 knots
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Date: 2020-08-19 21:08
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 18º 12.06'N:063º 05.62'W
Course: 337º Speed: 0.20 knots
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Date: 2020-08-19 20:32
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 18º 12.06'N:063º 05.62'W
Course: 174º Speed: 0.10 knots
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Date: 2019-12-26 14:26
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 17º 51.34'N:077º 46.92'W
Course: 113º Speed: 6.00 knots
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Date: 2019-12-21 15:10
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 21º 14.73'N:086º 44.67'W
Course: 028º Speed: 0.10 knots
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Date: 2019-12-10 23:44
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 21º 44.87'N:086º 44.79'W
Course: 358º Speed: 6.40 knots
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Date: 2019-12-06 13:55
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 18º 32.95'N:086º 36.93'W
Course: 352º Speed: 6.50 knots
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Date: 2019-12-05 12:26
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 16º 17.54'N:086º 35.84'W
Course: 085º Speed: 0.00 knots
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Date: 2019-11-28 21:31
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 16º 21.33'N:086º 26.46'W
Course: 123º Speed: 0.20 knots
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Date: 2019-11-26 13:39
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 16º 05.67'N:086º 53.89'W
Course: 104º Speed: 0.00 knots
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Date: 2018-06-15 14:49
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 15º 49.29'N:088º 44.97'W
Course: 249º Speed: 5.90 knots
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1 2020-11-11 18:42 Pepper
2 2019-12-26 14:26 Pepper
3 2019-12-21 15:10 Pepper
4 2019-12-10 23:44 Pepper
5 2019-12-06 13:55 Pepper
6 2019-12-05 12:26 Pepper
7 2019-11-28 21:31 Pepper
8 2019-11-26 13:39 Pepper
9 2018-06-15 14:49 Pepper

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Date: 2018-06-15 14:49
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 15º 49.29'N:088º 44.97'W
Author: Hatty
Location: Livingston, Guatemala
Title: Sand bar


Crossing the sand bar at Livingston was nerve racking. The boat in Front, Aztec Dream were dragged across with a halyard tilting them across. They draw 2.1m we draw 1.7 so we were reasonably confident. We think the other boats were dragged across too. Luckily no wind so little
bounce but we did read zero for most of the way. Just kept speed up to 4.5 knots to plough through. Waiting for Raul, customs man to check us in and the adventure of going along the river Rio Dolce begins.

Date: 2018-06-15 14:49
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 15º 49.29'N:088º 44.97'W
Author: Hatty
Location: Livingston, Guatemala
Title: Sand bar


Crossing the sand bar at Livingston was nerve racking. The boat in Front, Aztec Dream were dragged across with a halyard tilting them across. They draw 2.1m we draw 1.7 so we were reasonably confident. We think the other boats were dragged across too. Luckily no wind so little
bounce but we did read zero for most of the way. Just kept speed up to 4.5 knots to plough through. Waiting for Raul, customs man to check us in and the adventure of going along the river Rio Dolce begins.

Date: 2018-06-14 00:16
Station ID: Pepper
Position: 16º 30.50'N:088º 21.82'W
Author: Hatty
Location: Belize
Title: 13 June


Well we've checked out of Belize. We used Placencia because the anchorage has good protection. The whole trip took 2 hours and around 48 pounds. We took the water taxi because yachts aren't allowed up the creek. Yesterday we stayed in a super brand new marina in Sapodilla
Reserve, great facilities, bar, restaurant, laundry room and wifif all around the marina. Also easily buoyed to enter with plenty of deep water. We met a lovely family Marianna, Barney and their cute 4 year old daughter Myria. They are starting out learning to sail and live in Belize city. She's
from Moldova and he is from Hungary! Fabulous mix. I hope we meet again. We sailed an average of 8 knots from Sapodilla to Placencia. As the reputation stands Belize sailing has fabulous wind on the beam and flat seas thanks to the reef which runs along the coast. It took a couple
of hours to do 17nms. Wish it was like that every sail.

Placencia is nice. Great restaurants with typical Belize menu: Cows foot soup, fry jacks and Spanish type foods. We ate in a local restaurant called Wendy's twice which was superb produce and well put together. No complaints there. We caught up with Marianna and Barney, Jane and
Jim on Adventure (they live in Guatemala and Jane went to Godolphin in Salisbury-the same school the girls went to). And our Alabama friends. We feel as though we are catching up with other sailors more as we are closer to the hurricane hole in Rio Dolce.

Tomorrow we will leave early for 47 nms to Guatemala anchorage to wait for the highest tide the next day at 0830 before entering the river Rio Dolce. To enter the river you need to cross a sand bar which is as low as 1.8m.. We draw 1.7m. The sand is forever shifting so shallows could be
less than 1.8m. This is why we have picked 15 June at 0830. It's the highest tide for the month at .70m which should give us a safe passage across. Luckily the difficult section is 200m and the locals are at hand to help; at a price of course. The general procedures are to try to free
yourself, wait for higher tide (we plan to cross at 0730 .66m high tide which would give us an extra lift should we run aground), or tilt the boat by attaching a halyard to another vessel and they pull you over lifting the keel. I'm sure we will be fine and I will rec

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