Tuesday, February 12, 2008


We tied up at just about noon today at the city dock. After securing the boat and lunch at a non descript pub, we headed up to the muninciple building to pay the docking fee. We spent the afternoon roaming around town, as well as some boat maintenance. This evening, we headed to the Pirate House for a drink. This establishment is interesting for a couple of reasons. First, it has shanghai tunnels that were used back in the day, and were recently rediscovered. It was also the dwelling of notorious pirate Captain Fitch, who died there, and whose ghost is said to be one of many haunting the place. Local legend says that author Robert Louis Stevenson met the Captain there one night during a visit to the US, and that the Captain beame the inspiration for Stevenson's Treasure Island. Afterwords, we stopped at Churchill's Pub for some British fare for dinner. Tomorrow we will leave Savannah
against the tide, and run down the river to the ocean. We hope the winds are favorable for us.

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