A film by Amy Flannery | Running time: 85 minutes
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. Along the way they encountered assorted equipment failures, made new friends, visited many interesting places, improved their navigational skills, and made this movie. Follow 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. Then head south exploring the ICW and arrive in the emerald waters of the Bahamas. With tongue in cheek, maritime journalist Susie Chatham guides you on this journey of discovery.
“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
About the Boat
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.