Hoping to find some help with the electronics issues we stayed in Cape May another day. I had no success finding any expertise that was available but we did enjoy touring the Cape May Harbor with the dinghy. This was our first chance to use it as a mode of transportation as the maiden voyage at Fairton was short and just to make certain it was all working properly after installing the engine. This was about a five mile journey and since we were still breaking in the Tohatsu we went slow and saw a lot of the area.
We had made contact with Bill and Anne Griffin aboard “Rock Me Baby”, a 31’ Mainship, a couple of day ago as they were coming to Cape May from the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. By text message we knew they had arrived a couple of hours before us so we went to the marina where they were staying to meet them in person. They had also told us about another boat on the GL that was in Cape May. This boat is the Allison Leigh, a 37’ Nordic Tug with Alex and Andre aboard. When we got to their marina no one was aboard so we will meet them up the coast.