Below are the numbers for May, including what we spent.
In May we reluctantly left the Bahamas and made a bee-line for Connecticut, landing in Cape May, NJ on the last day of the month. This summer we are planning to visit friends and relatives in Rochester, NY and Southern California. As a result, our spending was significantly higher in May due to purchasing airplane and train tickets. Other higher expenses in May included marinas, of which all were planned except for the two days we spent in Jacksonville Beach, FL dealing with our dirty fuel situation. The dirty fuel also caused a huge spike in fuel costs because we needed to replace it. Hopefully June’s expenses will be more in keeping with where we prefer them.
Here we go:
Days under way: 22
Overnight passages: 4 (Great Sale Cay to Jacksonville Beach, FL; Jacksonville Beach, FL to Cow House Creek, SC; Hampton, VA to Cape May, NJ; Cape May, NJ to Atlantic Highlands, NJ)
Nautical miles covered: 1,227
Number of countries: 2 (Bahamas, United States)
Number of States: 5 (Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, New Jersey)
Nights underway: 6
Nights at a dock: 11 (2 in Jacksonville Beach, FL; 2 free nights in Oriental, NC; 3 nights in Belhaven, NC; 4 nights in Hampton, VA)
Nights at anchor: 14
Groceries/Non-food Groceries: $464.66
Propane/Denatured Alcohol: $16.45
Cell phone and internet (2 phones, iCloud storage, Garmin inReach subscription, and myislandwifi because the T-Mobile service is so slow in the Bahamas): $124.12
Mail: $100 (deposit for future costs to forward packages/mail)
Amazon Prime: $1.99
New York Times subscription: $20.20
Life Insurance: $767.50 (annual premium)
Plane, train, and bus tickets: $1,084.29
Random: $167.50. (disposable gloves, box of rags, screen material for port in head, DVD’s, dock tips, flyswatter, spatula, ATM withdrawal fee, shower sprayer, funnel, small strainer)
September, 2018 through May 2019 monthly average: $3,807.85.
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Thanks, Phyllis! Glad you’re enjoying it! Love, Kimberly