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Long-time messabout regulars Tim Jones and Jocelyne Monette are cruising North Atlantic in a Tartan 34 sloop.

Their boat is named after Jacob Nagle, an ordinary seaman who participated in some extraordinary voyages on the edge of 19 century and described his experience in a diary - the remarcable Nagle Journal.

While qualifyinbg Jacob Nagle as a small boat would be a bit of a stretch by our freshwater-sailing standards, she is not that big in Atlantic Ocean, and their spirit of doing more with a smaller boat is still the same.

We will follow the progress of Jacob Nagle and her crew on this page. Check out their ports of call on the chart, and enjoy the photos!

Bonne Bay, Newfoundland

Francois, Newfoundland

Graveyard in Williamsport, Newfoundland

Cape St.Mary's, Newfoundland

St.John's, Newfoundland

Rounding Cape Spear, Newfoundland

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Bluenose in the background.

Woods Hole, Cape Cod

Brooklyn Bridge, New York City

East River, New York City

Baltimore, Maryland

Aircraft carrier in Norfolk, Virginia

The Great Dismal Swamp Canal, Virginia

North Carolina

Pelicans

Typical South Carolina on the Intracoastal Waterway

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Jekyll Island, Georgia

Jacksonville, Florida

St. Johns River, Florida

Tim Jones and Jocelyne Monette, 2013-2014

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