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Category: Offshore

Nice surf. 0

Rogue Wave

  We just got swamped by a rogue wave! The wind was picking up and we were hitting 12 knots of boat speed. We put a reef in the main and the jib. Consistent waves/swells...

We docked at the foot of the World Trade Center Site, Financial Yacht basin. 1

Safe arrival to New York City

We arrived safely with no injuries or damages in New York City on Sunday Morning at 5AM. The trip started out as a wild one. Just north of Charleston about 50 miles or so,...

Cez was hoisted to the very top of the mast 61 feet, a full 6 floors up, he inspected the entire rig and halyards. 0

Black Diamond Set Course for New York City

Yesterday prepared for a long haul non stop to offshore voyage New York City…We planned on leaving then, but the forecast called for 70 knots, 2 inch hail and possible tornados. The decision was...

Phoot by Bob Thayer at PCYC, Lake Ontario. Charleston Race Photos to come once available. 0

Hot Racing in Charleston

Forecast Bodes Well For Hot Racing Dozens of different boat designs will race in thirteen divisions on four courses, but one thing all racing boats have in common is the need for wind, and...

Sirius Sat Weather Screen, notice all the weather around the boat, and boat speed at 8.1 knots. 5

Day 5a – 36 Hour Tropical Storm!

Day 5 – Nov. 3rd, Endured a 36 hour Tropical Storm! Just when we thought all was well, and we were only a day and half from St. Augustine’s, Florida, the winds started to...

War Ship operations! 0

Day 3 – Warship Operations!

Day 3 – Saturday Nov. 1st, Chesapeake & Delaware Bay area Consulting the Sirius Satellite weather and saw that a cold front was moving in from the north, which would bring 35 to 40...

Day 1c at Sea Continued 0

Day 1c at Sea Continued

Day 1 at Sea Continued…….Thursday 12AM Midnight…… Perfect conditions on our offshore sail from New York to Florida, November 2008. The winds were 15 to 25 knots, on the starboard quarter, broad reaching the...