We cruised on, had a light dinner and took turns keeping watch, 2-3 hours, the autopilot does most of the work but the current makes slight adjustments needed every so often. Close watch has to be kept on the radar and for lights of other boats and the few markers out there. Very little was going on tonight a couple of tow boats in the distance was all we saw.
There is a 1/2 moon tonight it is a bit hazy but no clouds around.
Miles today about 100
Edgmont Key Light at the Southern side of the mouth of Tamapa Bay to the Gulf of Mexico
Light blue water about 20 feet deep.
Dark blue water about 50' deep, mid afternoon
Sunset 7:45 PM
Still calm, the best weather we have had for crossing!
To see our location out in the Gulf close to midnight click on the link below, you will probably have to zoom out to get the whole picture.