A big title. First we sailed really fast, up to 13 knots, in 18 knots of true wind speed to Conception Cay. We were hoping for a special place and we were not disappointed. Thanks to Crewmate Joe, also a fine chef, for providing the “heads up” on the island from prior travels.
The sail to Conception Cay was perfect.
You can’t take too many pictures of Davali
Today we arrived in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, marking the completion of our transatlantic crossing. Crossing the Gulf Stream and seeing the skyline of Miami poke up over the horizon was truly exciting. I will remember these days as blissful.
It’s not over…I look forward to sailing Davali home to New York.
Yeeee Haaaa!!!!!! You Made it!!!!!
Congratulations!!! Well done.
looking forward to dinner when you get home to hear all the stories!
Keep the pics coming.
Thanks Phil. Me too.
cap’t yic so bummed I could not sail down there with you, lets make a plan soon for the summer so we can get some time maybe with the ladies? will u bring the back to carribean next winter, dying to get there with u Jonathan McHugh firstname.lastname@example.org 310 283 7135
Jonny, missed you. Looking forward to sailing.
Cool. Hope it’s fun. Wish I were there.
You are a racing Cat. You are supposed to go fast!
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Need more wind.
Pics of a lifetime
Enjoy this amazing boat and all it has to offer you
Brother — may I call you brother — you blow my mind.
Awesome adventure. Excited for you!!
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Adam posted: “A big title. First we sailed really fast, up to 13 knots, in 18 knots of true wind speed to Conception Cay. We were hoping for a special place and we were not disappointed. Thanks to Crewmate Joe, also a fine chef, for providing the “heads up” on the isla”