Delivering a vessel in the winter can be an adventure that some may not want to undertake?  But for many professional mariners, there is no choice but to find a way to get it done.  Captain CABO Joe, underway, ready to cross the Gulf of Mexico, from Mobile, AL to Miami, FL in February.  Notice the makeshift wind screen, even has make shift running lights. It was in the upper 20’s, with 10 to 12 foot seas for the crossing. DSCN0746

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Over 25 years as a mariner and maritime industry professional.

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