All cleaned up
05 July 2011 | San Carlos, Sonora Mexico
Before I left San Diego I had contemplated having Si Bon waxed. Si Bon had a few scuff marks here and there, both from all the work she had done and from the skipper occasionally brushing up against the dock. I had a couple of estimates that were $420-$600. At the time I was feeling maxed out on spending and decided that a scuffed up boat wasn't all that bad when cruising in a third world country. Well add 4 months of cruising, an anchor snubber rubbing against the side, more docking and somewhere around 1,500 miles and Si Bon was starting to look pretty grungy. Shortly after arriving in San Carlos A dude by the name of Jesus approached me, Jesus said that he would clean the boat, wax the boat down to the waterline and clean the stainless steel....all for $150 USD. This morning Jesus and his son Eduardo showed up at just before 0700, they worked all morning and finished just before noon. I'm gonna have to say that Si Bon didn't look this good the day I bought her...and when you think of all she's been through in the past year and a half...that's saying a lot.
Please say a prayer for the 7 fishermen still missing in the Sea of Cortez.