Change in Latitude, Change in Attitude

30 January 2008 | Moraga, Ca.
23 January 2008 | San Diego, Ca.
20 January 2008 | Pacific Beach, San Diego
18 January 2008 | San Diego, California
17 January 2008 | 7 Miles South of the San Diego/Tijuana Border
15 January 2008 | Ensenada, Mexico
15 January 2008 | 100 MIles South of Ensenada
13 January 2008 | Isla Benitos
09 January 2008 | Bahia Santa Maria
08 January 2008 | 100 Miles South of Magdalena Bay
07 January 2008 | Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
06 January 2008 | Rounding Cabo Pulmo
05 January 2008 | La Paz, Mexico
25 December 2007 | Moraga, Ca.
15 December 2007 | Ensenada de Los Muertos, Mexico
10 December 2007 | Los Frailes, Mexico
05 December 2007 | Smack Dab' In The Middle
02 December 2007 | Mazatlan, Mexico
30 November 2007 | 128 Miles South of Mazatlan, 28 Miles Offshore
27 November 2007 | 15 miles Northwest of Manzanillo, Mexico

Moving Up To Mission Bay

23 January 2008 | San Diego, Ca.
After staying on the public dock on Shelter Island, we plan to move up to Mission Bay for the next few days. Shelter Island really was a fantastic place, and I enjoyed staying there for the weekend.

We are in major "clean up" mode and have been working hard to prepare the boat for our Saturday arrival. We've also been working on a few mechanic projects which went quite well yesterday. While pulling into Isla San Bonitas (on the outside of the Baja) the engine's impellor failed. Four small pieces of rubber were sucked into the engine's cooling system and Chris FINALLY got them out yesterday. This was a huge relief even though it took the majority of the day to get them out. While Chris dug through the engine I polished and waxed the cockpit, companionway, and foreward topsides. It was quite a job, but Cisnecito looks great with shiny lines and glistening edges. Julie spent her birthday resewing our line bags and they look great. Cisnecito is really coming along and looking fantastic.

Last night I went to an impromptu Club Med reunion party which was a total blast. It was so fun to see some of the people I worked with and became quite close to. Of course everyone looked like a million bucks and are doing quite well. The highlight of the night was watching American Idol as a group. The funny thing is that half of the group could easily make it to Hollywood (if not further) as they are all extremely animated and talented individuals. I forgot how fun is to be around such unique and fun characters. Although we talked about doing a few crazy signs before dinner, we all decided we'd better not.
Vessel Name: Cisnecito
Vessel Make/Model: 46 ft Nautor Swan
Crew: Andrew Roberts
After working in the insurance industry for 4 years, I jumped at the opportunity to join Cisnecito, a 46 foot Nautor Swan. She currently lays in Colon, Panama preparing for her last extended cruise back to Newport, Ca. [...]

Checked Out and Headed to Central America

Who: Andrew Roberts