Sail Away with Second Wind..

15 October 2009 | Avalon, Catalina
12 October 2009 | Avalon, Catalina Island
10 October 2009 | Oceanside, CA
06 June 2009 | San Diego
19 February 2009 | San Diego, CA
13 January 2009 | San Diego, CA
07 September 2008 | Two Harbors, Catalina
15 August 2008 | San Diego, CA
02 August 2008 | 9:30pm, moored at Two Harbors
22 July 2008 | San Diego, CA
19 July 2008 | San Diego, CA
31 May 2008 | On our way to San Diego
29 May 2008 | San Diego, CA
28 May 2008 | San Diego, CA
26 May 2008 | 1:30pm, docked at Marina Coral
25 May 2008 | 9:00pm, anchored at Puerto Santo Tomas
24 May 2008 | 2:00pm, anchored at San Quintin
24 May 2008 | 3:30pm, underway to San Quintin
22 May 2008 | 5:00pm, at anchor in Turtle Bay
21 May 2008 | 7:00pm, at anchor in Turtle Bay

Gobble, Gobble

29 November 2006 | San Diego, CA
Melissa
This year, Cory thought it would be proper of us to have Thanksgiving on the boat... Knowing that it's impossible to cook a turkey on our little boat, we had to come to a compromise - Thanksgiving first, sailing second. I am not sure how many times sailing will come second for Cory. You can't separate a man from his boat!

Since my family was in from out of town, it was a special treat for them to hang out on the boat and enjoy the sunshine. In Delaware it's getting quite cold this time of year. So, it was nice for them that we got a chance to spend all afternoon out on the water.

One thing I must say is I am very glad we invested in a dodger. Although San Diego is a warm place, the protection that the windshield provides is fantastic this time of year! Also, to round out a near perfect day, we also got a chance to fly the spinnaker...and this time I brought the camera.

Most importantly though, we truly feel very blessed this Thanksgiving for many things. We are blessed with many wonderful things including our families, friends, health, youth, and spirits! Looking into 2007, we are excited about the adventure and challenges on the horizon. For those who are reading this, we wish you peace and many blessings during the holidays.
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Vessel Name: Second Wind
Vessel Make/Model: 2000 Beneteau 331
Hailing Port: San Diego
Crew: Cory & Melissa
About:
If you've considered cruising, but never had the ability to cut the ties to land, contemplate this quote from Mark Twain....."Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bow lines. Sail away from the safe harbor. [...]
Second Wind's Photos - Sail Away with Second Wind.. (Main)
Part 2 of our Mexico photos...
107 Photos
Created 15 March 2008
Photos of the exterior and interior of our vessel
8 Photos
Created 28 February 2008
We're off to Mexico - part 1 of our adventure!
120 Photos
Created 17 December 2007
Pictures from our trips to Catalina Island over the years
16 Photos
Created 17 December 2007
11 Photos
Created 16 December 2007

Who: Cory & Melissa
Port: San Diego