Thursday, March 14, 2013
Wes has a Tayana 37 Ketch, which is a rare boat, being that it is a Ketch and not a Cutter. (the difference is in the number of masts) It is a cruising boat and designed for any weather, but Wes is a very careful sailor and is working his way up slowly to going out in that weather.
Mexico was merciful on us and we had nice conditions the whole time.
Here are some pictures of his boat.
Isla Isabella has a few little islets off the side, we anchored near them. Apparently there are seven craters from the volcano, and they all make crazy walls and things all over. The islets are an old wall.
Here is a picture of me being tied to the tiller. That's what happens if you don't have a wind vane as good as LaFawnda.
Posted by cdlloyd