We spent a night tied up at the RE Mayo Seafood Docks in Hobucken, NC. After seeing so many shrimp and crab boats (and crab pots everywhere!) it was great to see a working shrimp boat dock. We even picked up some shrimp to BBQ that night and it was the best I’ve ever eaten!
RE Mayo Seafood Docks is a tradition along the ICW and a great stop for fish, shrimp, scallops, and every possible boat part you could ever need! Wow… their store seriously has everything you need to fix your boat!
I hope you enjoy this 360 degree video of us leaving the docks. Pan around to see everything!
After a night at sea, we tucked in at St. Augustine to check out the town and figure out our next move. We stayed at the St. Augustine Municipal Marina, which is just south of the Bridge of Lions. This bridge was built in 1925 and is a bascule bridge (the spans lift up). It only opens on the hour and half hour and not during certain hours (like noon). The currents are also very strong here which we found out the hard way when we got pinned against the docks trying to back out of the slip! 😦
Enjoy looking around as we motor through the bridge on our way north up the ICW.
Had an amazing birthday and last day in San Diego before flying to Florida to the boat! Walked Captain Louie along my favorite San Diego place Sunset Cliffs, relaxing lunch and cocktails at San Diego Yact Club, and finished packing my SEVEN bags before heading to the theater. Thank you to all my amazing friends at Finest City Improv for an incredible party!