I’ve just arrived in Puerto Rico after a 15 day trip onboard Gibb Kane’s new Swan 66. It was a 3,000nm journey and we had fantastic sailing weather the entire way. Other than the first and the last couple of days, the winds were aft of the beam and in the 20-30 knot range.
The boat is fantastic, the crew all got along well, and we were able to complete the trip with very little damage/difficulty. Unfortunately, we did have the gooseneck pin that holds the boom to the mast fall half way out and bend itself. Unable to repair at sea, we were forced to keep the mainsail down and sailed the last 2,000 miles under storm trysail!!