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Thank you for visiting our Great Harbour Trawler Association (GHTA) site. The GHTA was founded in May 2002. Since that time we continue to grow each year. Our primary goals, in addition to the friendship and camaraderie, include the exchange of ideas and information that enhances the cruising life that we all enjoy. This site is available for ideas and to provide information to Great Harbour trawler owners as well as others who are interested in cruising. We offer an Associate Membership also to non-Great Harbour trawler owners who may possibly be interested in a Great Harbour trawler for their future.

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Today’s Links – March 5, 2015

  • Celebrate Arts of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City, NC, Alternate Route Statute Mile 50
    Here is another event to make March a great time to visit the friendliest-to-boaters community on the Waterway and A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR , Elizabeth City. These fine folks have a full calendar of events to help you welcome in Spring! Elizabeth City and Mariner’s Wharf are located at the southern end of […]
  • Good Visit to Murphy Island, St. Johns River, Palatka, FL
    Murphy Island is south of Palatka and separated from the mainland by Murphy Creek, making for good exploring by dinghy as Skipper Reeves mentions in this report which makes picturesque Murphy Island sound so nice compared to the commercialism of large marinas. The dock is short for our 40 ft boat. Water depth is 6 […]
  • Advice on Crossing Lake Okeechobee, Okeechobee Waterway
    This AGLCA Forum report by Skipper Healy is prompted by a discussion of the Okeechobee Waterway which mentions Clewiston, Florida, which has long been a good source for checking depths in Lake Okeechobee. See http://cruisersnet.net/?p=147224. Peg and Jim Healy are longtime contributors to SSECN. What’s interesting about Lake “O” is NOT the datum for the […]
  • East to West Okeechobee Crossing Described, Okeechobee Waterway
    This AGLCA Forum report includes a stop at Roland Martin’s Marina, found on a small canal in Clewiston, Florida, which has long been a good source for checking depths in Lake Okeechobee. See http://www.rolandmartinmarina.com/water_levels.php. Okeechobee Waterway crossing last week on Feb 21st and 22nd. Water levels were high, 15 ft plus (above the Atlantic Ocean […]

Today’s Links – March 4, 2015

  • Great White Caught off Panama City Beach, Northern Gulf
    This report is from News5 WKRG.com, Panama City, home to two SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSORS, St. Andrews Marina and Panama City Marina, where you will absolutely never be bothered by great whites or any other sharks! Click on the banners above to be connected to their respective websites.     Panama City Beach – […]
  • March Events in “Little Washington” on the Pamlico River, off the AICW
    Washington, NC City Docks, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR!, has proven to be well worth the journey up the Pamlico River to “Little Washington” and March will be no exception!       March Events in Washington Published on Mar 02, 2015 04:55 pm Last Day to Vote for America’s Coolest Small Town The […]
  • Quieting Vibration Noises
    The fire extinguisher rattling on the wall whenever the engine was running was going to drive me nuts.

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Today’s Links – March 3, 2015

  • Photo of the Week
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    View from Murphy’s Island, St. Johns River

  • Good Review of Crystal Cove Marina, St. Johns River, north of Palatka
    Our thanks to Skipper Reeves for this thorough review of Crystal Cove Marina which lies on the western banks of the St. Johns River with a well marked entrance channel. Laid back with Southern hospitality. Don the dockmaster could not be more helpful. The crew is very nice Jerry and Billy handled the lines and […]
  • St. Augustine Cruisers’ Shuttle Service Launched, AICW Statute Mile 778
    What a great service! Thank you Port of Call St. Augustine, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS NET SPONSOR! As you take advantage of this new convenience, send us a review. St. Augustine City Marina overlooks the western shoreline, just south of the Bridge of Lions and Hidden Harbor Marina lies on the western shores of the […]

Today’s Links – March 2, 2015

  • New Buoy for Divers
    As described by Sue Cocking in the article below from the Miami Herald, a new buoy is now available to be used in lieu of the traditional diver down red flag. Keep a watch for these new buoys and do not approach. A new safety device for divers, boaters By Sue Cocking – scocking@MiamiHerald.com 02/28/2015 […]
  • Vexilar T-Box WiFi fishfinder & Navionics SonarChart Live wow
    Written for Panbo by Ben Ellison

    Navionics_Vexilar_SonarChart_Live_skinny_water_cPanbo.jpgThis mid-January screenshot represents a very pleasing experience in marine electronics testing. Thanks to a Vexilar SonarPhone T-Box SP200 and the Navionics Boating app I’m cruising around in my 9-foot dinghy with more than just charting and a fishfinder. I have access to three different chart formats plus a live SonarChart being created as I move along, and the data I’m collecting will be available to my fellow cruisers a week or two later. It sounds exotic, but the total cost was about $250 (iPad mini excepted), installation was fairly trivial, and it all worked quite well right out of the box.

  • Easy Eyeglass Storage
    Eyeglass storage you can make in about 10 minutes — keep your sunglasses right by the companionway!

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