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Cruising Cuba Aboard a PDQ 34

Jim and family in Key West before leaving for Cuba

While only 90 linear NM separate Key West from Havana, Cuba seems worlds away in terms of culture and politics, but according to Jim and his family who cruised aboard their PDQ 34 Thing 1 Thing 2, it is well worth navigating through bureaucratic hurdles and regulations to get to.

In June of 2016, Jim, his wife Cuqui, and two boys, Nico and Andy, travelled there as tourists and as journalists to write a series of articles for PassageMaker Magazine that was published in a 3-part series. We got our hands on those articles and want to share their experiences, observations and tips about cruising in a world that has, until recently, been cut off from most us.

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2018 PDQ Lobsta Crawl

2018 PDQ Lobsta Crawl

The Lobsta Crawlers, as they are affectionately known, concluded their month-long tour of America's quintessential cruising ground in New England, starting from Great Salt Pond on Block Island, RI and cruising through Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. In typical Rhumb Line Yacht Sales fashion, the group of powercats and one sailing catamaran, lead by Dick and Carol Tuschick, left quite the impression in their wake.

A (mostly) uniform formation of powercats would at times cruise together or break off in smaller groups and would rendezvous at specific locations for group gatherings and dinners - giving everyone plenty of opportunities to cruise on their own or with the group. For that one Antares 44i sailboat, this meant a bit of planning and a few early mornings.

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