Cabo to San Diego #2

March 12, 2007

As close to a perfect day heading home as could ever be wished for. Beautiful clear conditions, 5 – 10 knots out of the North, calm seas and a route that took us just a mile or two off the beach at Magdalena Bay.

Lot’s to look at. Whales, dolphins, etc.

Our boat is fine, but unfortunately it seems that Pirrana (a farr 40) has somehow ended up on the beach about 50 miles North of Cabo. Most of the boats enroute are talking on the SSB each day and that was the topic of the day. How can a boat end up on the beach in conditions described by one skipper as “Delivery Captain Heaven??”

If anyone can check the race website for us and send us “the story” we’d love some details.

Forecast is for at least 48 more hours of this weather…

-Jim

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