By the Numbers – 2nd Quarter 2013

During the second quarter of 2013 Rode Trip finally moved on from the Bahamas. We missed the great fishing, but really enjoyed being in so many new places. Our big U-turn at Grand Cayman had us spend a lot of money provisioning and preparing the boat for a transatlantic crossing. Approximately half the money spent this quarter was spent during our 2-week stay in Cayman.

How we got here
Miles travelled – 3,000.6 nm
Hours motoring – 30.4 hours
Days underway – 40
Average distance per day – 33.0 nm
Average distance per underway day – 75 nm
Average hours of engine time per day – 0.3 hr
Approximate miles of motoring – 152 nm
Approximate miles of sailing – 2848.6 nm
Longest passage (hours/nautical miles) – 1,824.6nm / 389.25 hrs
Shortest passage ( time/nautical miles) – 12.2 nm / 3.0 hrs
Nights at dock – 6
Nights on mooring – 12
Nights at anchor – 73

What it cost
Total amount spent – $4,008
Total amount budgeted – $6000
$/day – $44
$ spent on groceries – $1,342.66
$ spent on boat upgrades/maintenance – $650
$ spent on “utilities” (propane, cell phone, ice etc. ) – $70
$ spent on diesel – $96
$ for entertainment (not restaurants) – $100
$ eating out – $864
$ spent moorings/dockage – $300

Miscellaneous
Number of countries visited – 5 (Bahamas, Jamaica, Cuba, Cayman, Bermuda)
New visitors to the boat – 4
Days traveling by moped – 2
Number of waterspouts spotted – 3
Number of officials aboard Rode Trip to clear in and out of countries -17 + 2 official dogs
Nights spent away from Rode Trip (gasp!) – 4

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