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Sailing Isabella & now the Beachcomber
Rod, Warm & Sunny
12/06/2014, La Paz, BCS, Mexico

It is hard to describe & even harder to catch on film the feel & beauty of the water as we travel the Sea of Cortez. Sometimes I have to pinch myself to make sure its real.......

Rod, Warm & Sunny
12/06/2014, Puerto Bellena, BCS

In the anchorages this year the water has been beautifully clear & inviting.
I went for a snorkel off of the boat the other day & had Manta's all around me, a magical moment for sure.

Rod, Warm & Sunny
12/06/2014, La Paz, BCS, Mexico

While our friends up north deal with cold & rain or snow, we have been blessed with an abundance of warm & sunny weather for our trip south to La Paz. So warm in fact the Jane even got in the water...... will miracles never cease!

The Admiral
Rod, Warm
12/02/2014, Sea of Cortez, Mexico

The Admiral (Jane) seemed to have a good time on our sail south.

12/02/2014 | Dennis
Miss you guys - it is soooo cold in Cornet Bay right now, low 20's at night. Very envious right now.

Dennis and Shannon
San Juanico
Rod, 78 & Sunny
12/02/2014, BCS, Mexico

Our first stop on our after first crossing of the Sea of Cortez in our new to us Lagoon 35 Catamaran is Bahia San Juanico, a beautiful spot & after this summers hurricane there was a lot of beach-coming to do & many treasures to be found. It was a good trip with 4-6' seas & 15-25 knots of wind, Oh yeah...... & we hit 10.8 knots too..... We averaged 8.4 knots on the 96 miles across the Sea from San Carlos to San Juanico. Way faster than we could ever hope for on the ole' Isabella.

11/16/2014, San Carlos, Sonora, Mx.

And we put some cool new graphics on the boat, too. With Tuckers help of course........

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S/V Isabella now Beachcomber
Who: Rod, Jane & Tucker (the Admiral) DuFour
Port: Oak Harbor, WA
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