Sailing To New York City

Sailing To The Mouth Of Delaware Bay (continued)

 
Looking towards the Delaware shore with buoy Green 29 nearby. This is across the channel from Elbow of Cross Ledge.  


 
Brandywine Shoal Lighthouse was built in 1914 to replace an earlier lighthouse; it is made of reinforced concrete.  


 
Jesse and Jerome in the cockpit, with a ship approaching in the background.   Looking at Pilgrim's side deck, with water alongside. The yellow stripe is a length of strong webbing called a jackline, to which we would clip our harness tether if going forward at night or in difficult conditions. In theory, being connected to the jackline keeps you from falling overboard. Click on the picture to see a bigger version; use your browser's "back" command to return here.

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