It all over for us, well almost. In the Molokai Channel, wind 25-30 and typical seas for here, large and lumpy. As a team, we’ve come a long way. We will have to see how the standing turn out. The boat is a trip, like nothing I’ve sailed before. Getting aboard with not knowing anyone involved was something I’d never done in the past. It has worked out.
I’ve got to experience some of the gnarliest, and most fun driving ever. Everyone aboard learned and worked hard and our 7 day crossing was better than the last Transpac the yacht did in 2007. Not one of the most comfortable yachts ever, a shower and a bed with sheets and air conditioning is high on my list right about now. We should be tied up at the dock for our welcome party by 1400 HST…a perfect time to finish.
The race behind us continues. In the big monohull class, Invisible Hand crushed it. She finished a bit in front of us. Other than Camanche and Rio she was the only monohull that beat us in. In the sleds, Pyewacket was in the lead today but still has another day of […]
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