Now that I have instruments mounted and feeding sailing data to the cockpit, what if I wanted to access that data from multiple areas of the boat? Maybe even have GPS data sent from an iPhone or iPad to an Autopilot? Maybe speed and wind … Continue readingNetworked! Cuajota Now Has a Wireless Data Network!!
As part of the new “Get things done” attitude I have, the upgrades and maintenance continues. My mast climber Matt went up the mast and installed the Raymarine/Tack-Tick wireless anemometer. The final step now is to mount the 2 displays. Excited to now have … Continue readingGetting things done!! We have wind!!!
New additions over the winter: 1. New Winch Coveres The old ones were falling apart, literally. So I got a set of Blue Performance Winch Covers in Blue and Grey 2. Cockpit Cover For when relaxing while docked…now we have a nice Sun … Continue readingIts Been a while….Hello 2016!!
Well not exactly a “new” headsail. last year in a wind storm my 155 light air sail got ripped off the furler. I took all the sails I had on the boat to the local North Sail loft and they pulled out the #1 Genoa … Continue readingNew Headsail!
Im excited about this one! I have never had working instruments on the boat and it’s been on my list of things to do and now it’s a reality. I have installed the Raymarine Wireless super sailing pack. This is a complete package that … Continue readingNew Instruments!!!
What an amazing trip. Jaime (damn can he cook!) grilled tri tip and sausages on the beach at Two Harbors and we laughed and told stories. Woke up this morning took a nice long walk to Catalina Harbor and saw the pacific on the west … Continue readingSaying goodbye to Catalina
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[fergcorp_cdt] Because of the weather forecast, I have decided that the safety of the crew and the boat are of the utmost importance and because there is a forecast of gale force winds with gusts of up to 40 mph and waves in the … Continue readingWeather Delay
Well I finally experienced it. Nowhere close to the image above, but I felt it a bit… When a sail is too big for the weather conditions they call it being overpowered. Up to now I have not had that experience. I went out … Continue readingOverpowering!
I was sailing today. Singlehanded which is pretty normal for me. Went out to the ocean where the wind forecast was 12-17 knots. In harbor the wind was blowing pretty hard. At least 15. Out in the ocean. No wind at all. So I came … Continue readingFirst Injury