Sunday, July 8, 2007

The Official Transpac 2007 Send-off Party

The night before Brown Sugar's start was the first of many wonderful parties. The Spirit of Aloha was everywhere.

Go Brown Sugar!!!!

1 comment:

Stephen Paul Washburn said...

Just got home from taking the Brown Sugar supporters out on Gypsy to watch the start and first hour of the race. Until 1230 the wind was about 8 kts at 160 - 180. In the ensuing 5 minutes the westerly filled in at but 240 at 8 - 9 knots.

The start was uneventful with the fleet behaving and with the exception of 3 boats (Caulkins 50, Ariadne and one of the Cal 40's) everyone set out on starboard tack towards the west end of Catalina Island. Brown Sugar broke out free along with the Bene 40 in the same class to lead the fleet early.

We were able to sneak in to leeward of Brown Sugar for a final Bon Voyage and pictures one hour into the race.

Good Times.