Non Sequitur

24 August 2013 | Alameda
23 August 2013 | 119 NM NW of the Golden Gate Bridge
22 August 2013 | 11 miles NW of Cape Blanco
21 August 2013 | 11 miles NW of Cape Blanco
19 August 2013 | Coos Bay, Or
18 August 2013 | 37 miles NW Coos Bay
17 August 2013 | South Beach Marina Newport, Oregon
16 August 2013 | 45 miles from Newport Oregon
15 August 2013 | West entrance Strait of Juan de Fuca
15 August 2013 | Pacific Ocean southwest of Neah Bay
14 August 2013 | Neah Bay
05 August 2013 | Mackaye Harbor
05 August 2013 | Bedwell Harbour
04 August 2013 | Poet's Cove, Bedwell Harbour
29 July 2013 | Squirrel Cove
26 July 2013 | Waddington Harbour, Bute Inlet, BC
25 July 2013 | Waddington Harbour, Bute Inlet
24 July 2013 | Big Bay, Stuart Island, BC
23 July 2013 | Teakerne Arm
22 July 2013 | Teakerne Arm

Warm Newport Welcome

17 August 2013 | South Beach Marina Newport, Oregon
After burning thru a fair amount of fuel, we decided to go into Newport, Oregon and refuel before continuing south. As soon as we made the decision to come in, we were finally able to sail for about 12 hours on our way in putting us approximately 10 miles offshore by 0600. We were able to pull into the marina just before 0800, refuel, and get a slip for the day in order to complete some repairs incurred in our trip so far. We were pleasantly surprised with our own personal welcoming committee shortly after tying up to the dock. My parents and three youngest siblings came out to meet us and took us all out for breakfast! With full tummies and lots of projects to complete we got to work. With all hands on deck we were able to pull and repair our speedometer, complete repairs on the head (yeah a working head!!!) and repair the latch for the v-birth door. While we working on the boat we got to talking with our neighbor on the dock. Bob was a friendly old salt who generously shared a part of his crab catch with us! Yummy! We finished our evening in Newport amongst some wonderful, generous sailors at the Yaquina Bay Yacht Club. The best part of sailing to new ports is the great people one gets to meet and befriend.
Vessel Name: Non Sequitur
Vessel Make/Model: CS 34
Hailing Port: Seattle, WA, USA
Extra: SV Non Sequitur is a 1991, fiberglass constructed 34' sailboat made in Ontario, Canada. Originally a sloop rig, during our recent refit, we added a cutter stay and running backstays primarily for the storm-jib.
Non Sequitur's Photos - Main
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Created 5 August 2013
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Created 5 August 2013
120 Photos
Created 21 July 2013
Our photos of the race on Hooked.
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Created 19 November 2009
Our 10 day sprint to Desolation Sound and back to Seattle
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Created 19 November 2009