America’s Cup and a Crash

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$7800 bucks worth of silver The America’s Cup has been in my blood since I started sailing.  I guess it’s the international competition that excites me. Rooting for my country and all. Now it’s become such a team sport that … Continued

Son of a Sailor

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“We Built this City” – Jefferson Starship Since I was a kid my family was connected to San Francisco. One of my first memories was standing in a building where my Dad, a young General Contractor, was remodeling the entire … Continued

California Here We Come

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Magnitude This California idea was in our head for about a year. We were still in Saint Barths dancing on tables and thinking we would see all the rest of the Caribbean and then go to Panama and then up … Continued

San Blas too fast!

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Goodbye Cartagena If you do the part time cruising thing like we do you sometimes enter and leave a country 2 or 3 times by plane and get pretty familiar with the place. Cartagena was like that. We ended up … Continued

Panama Canal Right Now!

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Well actually tomorrow March 14th but we wanted you to open the post. We are scheduled to begin the transit tomorrow beginning at 3:45 p.m. We will enter the Gatun locks around 5:00 p.m then will anchor in Gatun Lake … Continued