•    Caulfeild Cove Cruise   

    Back when we thought summer was starting (late May), two SLYC boats decided to rendezvous at Caulfeild Cove. (yes it’s spelled right, it really is E before I). There’s a small government dock there, just big enough for one decent-sized sailboat – or two if you raft up. Signs posted allow 3 hours for tying up. But almost any time I pass by, (by sea or by air!) I see the dock is open.

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    Free Spirit II was returning from a weekend at Snug Cove, and Hale Pau Hana had my parents (visiting from Nova Scotia) on board for a day sail, ¬†as well as First Mate Jen. We couldn’t pass up an opportunity for a nice sail and a rendezvous! We combined our collections of snacks and bevvies, and lounged under the shade awning on Free Spirit II, entertained by the newest little Free Spirit, First Mate Nate.

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    It’s worth a stop if you’re out for a day sail, and want to feel like you’ve “arrived” somewhere.

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