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Ok Guys and Gals. Just a couple pics of our great weekend in SanDiego.
We were on the water for 3 days. We are members with HarborSailboats .com
Cruised the little cal22 in very nice wind the whole time on the water. 12-14 knots. We really enjoyed the festival of sails. Hope you spent some time on the water as well.




Our new friends we met at the dock took us out on there Hunter 36. They have a great story to tell. Both professional chefs, raised there kids and sold the farm to follow a dream. They will be sailing out next month to the Sea of Cortez. They are live aboards and there new adventure is about to begin.



My 14 year old Daughters first time on the tiller. Blowing about 12 knots.

My 7 year old Daughters first time on the tiller. This Kid is a natural born sailor. I could not believe how fast she picked up the feel of the boat in moderate wind. She would hold that little 22 on about a 20deg heel and hold the course. All She kept saying is, DADDY I GOT THIS.
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I am so jealous you got to see the sailing canoes. A member at CF posted some pics of them in Hawaii a couple of months ago. They're a beautiful sight. Do you know where they go next, and when?.......i2f
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Great pics, nice family sailing.
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Wow.
Thanks for the pics. San Diego is a great place for sailing. A few years ago we had a family rendevous there and took one of the Navy Recreation Catalina 27s out for a day sail. Unfortunately they won't let you go very far out, but we covered from the bridge to the Pacific. It was just great and your pics remind me how much fun family sailing can be.
The amount of traffic compared to Corpus Christi was just amazing, plus their airplanes make a heck of a lot more noise than ours.
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