|Vessel Name:||Panta Rhei|
|Vessel Make/Model:||Able Apogee 50|
|Crew:||Larry and Karen|
Last night we had the second fillet of the Sockeye Salmon which we shared with our new neighbors Ginger and Peter from SV Irene. They are home ported in Seattle also. We are both at the transient dock in Sand Point in the Schumigen Islands. And we are both waiting to go north. It turns out that even [...]
It was an all night trip with a tail wind much of the way. Not enough to make good speed, just enough to build up a swell and make the boat roll and wag its tail. But not so bad as it could be. So, who's complaining? Not me,...now that I'm here.
Like all high altitude journeys, this appears to carry risk. I'm posting a picture here of my neighbor's boat at the dock. It's a 63 foot Oyster. Apparently it was "tucked under" the dock last winter by winds well over 100 mph. Damage was repaired, but I think the owner now has a fender fettish.
WWe did it. We arrived and are securely tied to the dock. Looking at the 30 fenders on one of the other two sailboats I'm wondering, "What goes on here?" Its a beautiful dock, plenty of room. Finding it is easy. This is the only dock for small boats. Ask the harbormaster on channel 16 when you arrive [...]