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Cruising on the Mary T
Nova Scotia to the Bahamas
85-Minutes
A great cruising documentary
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Cruising on the Mary T
Nova Scotia to the Bahamas
85-Minutes

A great cruising documentary
with a delightful sense of humor.


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Cruising on the Mary T
Newfoundland's Southwest Coast
23-Minutes

A great cruising documentary
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Nova Scotia
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Available as Part 1 and Part 2
Pt1: Chesapeake Bay
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Pt2: Norfolk
to the Bahamas
45-Minutes: $7.95


Newfoundland's
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23-Minutes: $7.95

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Nova Scotia to the Bahamas (85 Minutes)
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FROM THE LOG OF THE MARY T

Maine CoastCRUISING MAINE'S RUGGED COAST
"After a month of leisurely cruising, we have finally arrived in Maine. It is challenging navigating these waters chock full of lobster pots, submerged rocks and patchy fog, but on a clear day, there is nothing more beautiful. The coastline is rugged and rocky and you can smell the pines on the water. Beautiful anchorages amidst little islands abound."

Nova ScotiaARRIVING IN NOVA SCOTIA
The morning of July 27 Kenny and I sailed safely into Yarmouth Harbor, Nova Scotia. It was a perfect passage with made-to-order weather: favorable winds, clear sky and enough moonlight to provide some visibility for most of the night.

 

BahamasEXPLORING THE BAHAMAS
When we finally hit the Great Bahamas Bank our eyes nearly popped out of our heads. The color of the water was like a swimming pool and you could see the bottom. I’d never sailed into anything so beautiful. The waves were much calmer on the banks too. Our plan was to continue for a few more hours and then anchor when we were within a day’s sail of Great Harbour Cay in the northern Berry Islands.

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Cruising on
the Mary T

Nova Scotia to the Bahamas

This new feature length film by Amy Flannery, is a rollicking docu-comedy about a couple's year-long sailing adventure. In February of 2007, Amy and Ken set out for a year-long cruise up to Canada and then back down the coast to the Bahamas.

Pirate FridayAlong the way they encountered assorted equipment failures, made new friends, visited many interesting places, improved their navigational skills, and made this movie.

"A cinema-nautical tour de farce, anchored by the irrepressible Susie Chatham. One can only hope for more of such far reaching and insightful commentary on the lives of others from this gifted bespeckled commentarian."

—Dave Insley cinematographer of such lofty cinema as John Waters' Polyester, Hairspray and Crybaby

New York HarborFollow the intrepid crew of the Mary T as they set out to see the east coast of North America.

Meet a lobsterman in Maine. Come along for a ride on a Friendship Sloop. See the spectacular sights of Nova Scotia and the Halifax International Busker Festival

"May 30 we finally set sail from Shipwright Harbor in Deale, Maryland, as my sister Mary and her friend Mary waved us off with white hankies. 'It was a touching spectacle,' reported the local shipping rag."

Then head south exploring the ICW and arrive in the emerald waters of the Bahamas.

"We all got underway at 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 12. Bahamas bound at last! Mary T led the flotilla of four boats out of the anchorage through the dark channel toward the Atlantic Ocean....Outside, the channel was very shallow and there were houses built on stilts. How embarrassing it would be to go crashing through a stranger’s living room before dawn."

Susie ChathamMaritime journalist Susie Chatham guides you on this journey of discovery.

 

Mary T Drawing

Mary T, named for Ken's mother, is a Morgan 38-4, built in 1984. She is 38 feet 4 inches long, 12 feet wide, and has a 5 foot draft.

 

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