We leave late for a short day to Cocoa Beach. The wind and waves pick back up as we head south.
We are a little disappointed with the anchorage at Cocoa Beach, lots of live aboard boats sporting oyster reefs growing on their boat bottoms, but not sporting sails or any other means of propulsion. Many sunken boats along the shore. Most of the close to shore anchorage is taken up by derelict boats. Most of the cruising boats, like us are anchored further out with less protection from the north wind and bouncing around a fair amount. I don't bother to put the dinghy down to go ashore. Most of the other cruising boats anchoring here seem to be doing the same.