Below are the numbers for April, including what we spent.
We have now spent three months in the Bahamas, and while it was still a good month our expenses did creep up thanks to our wanting to replenish some provisions (note to self: bring more snacks next time) and having to pay some taxes on April 15th. Here we go:
Days under way: 12
Nautical miles covered: 261.63
Number of countries: 1 (Bahamas)
Nights at anchor: 30
Groceries/Non-food Groceries: $454.91
Diesel/Gasoline: $98.00 (15 gallons at $6.53/gallon on Great Guana Cay, the Abacos)
Propane/Denatured Alcohol: $4.29
Medical: $8.97 (prescriptions)
Cell phone and internet (2 phones, iCloud storage, Garmin inReach subscription, and myislandwifi because the T-Mobile service is so slow in the Bahamas): $202.63
Boat US Towing annual membership fee: $151.00
New York Times subscription: $20.20
Two nights anchored at the Exumas Land & Sea Park: $30.00
Hair cut: $30.00
Life Insurance: $220.75
10 pack of Chris Parker custom weather forecasts: $250.00
Random: $349.22. (Turbo tax plus state tax owed, conch horn, postcards, grocery bagger and fuel dock tips)
September, 2018 through April, 2019 monthly average: $3,797.38.
2 thoughts on “April by the numbers.”
Loved watching your track from Great Sale Cay to Jax. Looks like the wind and the position of the Gulf Stream was perfect for You.
What was your best 24 hr run?
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Thanks, Pete! It was a lot of fun, but not without its challenges. 🙂 I’m not really sure what our best 24 hour run was because it was so stop and go, as the upcoming blog post will describe. I do know that we were doing 7+ knots in the Gulf Stream. When we leave the Bahamas next year we’re definitely going to make a big jump again vs. heading to Ft. Pierce. The amount of time we’ve saved heading north has been amazing. Kimberly