SV Bella Sirena

April 15 Departure and Sail is set from La Paz, Mexico, weather permitting in our well found and equipped Pacific Seacraft 40 Cutter, 1999. Bella Sirena will crew with four sailors from San Francisco, California, Portugal, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Oceanside California. SailMAIL, Predict Wind Standard Package and Iridium Go on board. ... “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails." We made it through the bowl of stars, the biolumenessence in the night waters, the myriad addictive attractions in sunset after sunrises, to islands so green the colors jump off the palette at you, 23 days at sea, 125.4nautical miles per day on average, now settled rested having been tested. Stay tuned fir next news. Bryon, Slater, Nuno FaceBook page Bella Sirena Voyage has a Predictwind Link that shows our position in real time as we make way. In the enduring spirit of Huck Finn, may the wind always be at your back... Bella Sirena April 2019 lying Ensenada Mexico prepping and planning next voyage. 2016 through 2018 was a decent sea trial.

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Hailing Port:  San Francisco, California

Captain: Bryon Mac Donald

Destination:  French Polynesia, then on to Islands west Raratonga, Niue, Vava'u and Nuku'alofa in Tonga and onwards to Opua and Auckland NZ,

Distance to Destination:  7060 nm

SV Bella Sirena traveled:  0nm in  2 months