2nd Quarter By the Numbers

We’ve been aboard for 6 months now which means it is time for round 2 of by the numbers.
Rode Trip has now travelled 2575 nautical miles during our first six months aboard!

All the rest of the numbers are only for the months of October, November and December

How we got here
Miles travelled – 1259
Days on the move – 33 (36% of the days Rode Trip was on the move)
Miles per travel day – 38
Engine Hours – 113
Engine hours per day – 3.4
Estimated Distance motored – 622 nm
% of Distance travelled under sail – 49%
Miles of Intra-coastal waterway – 912
Ocean Miles -347
Longest Passage – 347 miles in 56 hours
Nights spent at anchor – 66
Nights spent on a mooring- 19
Nights spent on a dock – 6

$What it cost$
Total for the Quarter – $5897
Total Budgeted – $6000
$ per day – $65
$ on Rode Trip maintenance – 1684
$ on Groceries – 1530
$ on Diesel – 421
$ on Entertainment – 145
$ on utilities – 214
$ on Dockage – 199
$ on Eating out – 521

Fishing & Gathering

Blue Crabs – 32
Tuna – 1
Shrimp – 36
Sea Trout – 1
Baby Flounder – 1

Fishing purchases
1 used rod – $3
1 box o’lures (used) – $6
1 polespear (new) – $40
1 cast net (new) – $35

Estimated value of catch
Crabs – $25
Tuna – $40 ( 4lbs of sushi grade! )
Shrimp – $10
Sea Trout – $0 returned uneaten
Flounder – $0 way way way way too small

Total – $75
Total expense in gear – $84
Still not quite breaking even…maybe next quarter

Miscellaneous

Hurricanes weathered – 1
Visitors – 20
States visited – 4 1/2- ( MD, VA, NC, GA) + DC
Highest Wind speed ( from NOAA buoy) – 40kts
Days spent in St. Mary’s, GA – 37
Longest walk to rent a movie – 6 miles

2 thoughts on “2nd Quarter By the Numbers

  1. Very interesting! Hello from the crew of Oh,My! We moved aboard on November 7 and are hoping to leave the New Bern area this weekend for a two year or more cruise. Have not budgeted as of yet as we had much to get done but now that the biggest expenses are behind us we can get down to really trying to live on a budget.
    I appreciate you sharing your breakdown and budget requirements…we will have to include health insurance and some prescriptions in ours!
    We don’t “do” Georgia anymore as we leave Charleston heading outside for St. Augustine but will watch for you out on the seas in the future. We plan to mosey along as this is our first “no schedule–we have retired–cruise” and will leave FL for the Bahamas and on down the islands in a month or two as we are waiting on passports. Glad you had family time for the holidays.

  2. You caught a TUNA!?!? that is so cool – maybe you guys could be on the next season of “Wiked Tuna”

    🙂

    Looks like you are having a blast! We miss you!

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