The march continues on. From Wrightsville we continued south through a cut and into Cape Fear. There's another great name, due to some early explorers who got in there, couldn't get out, and feared they would become shipwrecked. But it wasn't particularly fearful the day we crossed and soon we were back in the confines of the ICW. It was a short day with an overnight in Southport just at the southern end of Cape Fear.
The next day completed our trip to Myrtle Beach where Laurie would stay with the boat for a few days while I flew down to Ft Lauderdale for the boat show, formally known as the Ft Lauderdale In-water Boat Show, or FLIBS for short. I had lots of vendors to visit and things to sort out relative to commissioning our Nordhavn, none of which was particularly interesting to Laurie, so she hung out on the boat and got a bunch of projects done.
FLIBS was exhausting, but a success all around. I got a life raft ordered, figured out boarding ladders and dinghy chocks, a dinghy swim ladder, and a whole host of other things. PAE also hosted a gathering of Nordhavn owners which was great fun, and both a chance to catch up with people we already know, and meet a few new people. All in all, the trip was a success.