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27º 30.978' N107º 49.608' Wsv SingularityTaking a cable car across the canyon. 4 months  agoShow

27º 45.126' N107º 38.1' Wsv SingularityVisiting the amazing Copper Canyon in Chihuahua state Mexico.4 months  agoShow

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31º 18.042' N113º 33.03' Wsv SingularityBack to Peñasco, where our home is located aboard Singularity. Checked into an adorable hotel on the malecón. Going to work on the boat en la mañana. 5 months  agoShow

33º 28.818' N112º 6.708' Wsv SingularityIn Phoenix for a few days before taking a shuttle van down to Puerto Peñasco. 5 months  agoShow

42º 20.964' N71º 4.8' Wsv SingularityVisiting the USS Constitution and a WWII destroyer in Boston. 5 months  agoShow

43º 15.006' N70º 35.988' Wsv SingularityQuaint Old Village Inn in seaside town of Ogunquit ME. 5 months  agoShow

44º 23.988' N68º 13.788' Wsv SingularityVisiting Bar Harbor by rental car. 5 months  agoShow

44º 24.126' N72º 1.338' Wsv Singularity5 months  agoShow

42º 7.5' N75º 58.242' Wsv Singularity5 months  agoShow

39º 35.898' N77º 55.116' Wsv Singularity6 months  agoShow

0º 13.41' S78º 30.816' Wsv SingularityWe’re here in Quito Ecuador for the next three months learning Spanish while our Singularity waits for us in Puerto Peñasco. 9 months  agoShow

32º 19.506' N110º 55.71' Wsv SingularityIn Tucson until we fly to Ecuador Wednesday morning. 9 months  agoShow

33º 23.79' N110º 46.14' Wsv SingularityAfter touring the Grand Canyon, Lowell Observatory and the Petrified Forest National Park, we find ourselves in Globe, AZ. :-)9 months  agoShow

33º 30.66' N112º 1.488' Wsv SingularityWe’re here in Phoenix for a couple days. Then Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, and Tucson.10 months  agoShow

31º 52.854' N112º 49.032' Wsv SingularityAt the border on our way to Phoenix for a couple days. 10 months  agoShow

31º 18.27' N113º 32.4' Wsv Singularity10 months  agoShow

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24º 9.3' N110º 19.578' Wsv SingularityUpdate. We're going to be here in La Paz through the end of March because we had to dig out the two 60-gal diesel tanks and have new tanks fabricated due to a leak. about 1 year  agoShow

24º 9.3' N110º 19.584' Wsv Singularity19 Jan 2018 - 1345 - We arrived at Marina de La Paz in the capital of Baja California Sur, La Paz, Mexico. We left Muertos at 0500 this morning to get the best advantage of the tide through the channel between Muertos and La Paz, so we arrived fairly early in the afternoon. <BR/> <BR/>We'll be here in La Paz for at least a week to relax and catch up on a few boat projects including fixing a leak in the top of the fuel tank. Joy! about 1 year  agoShow

24º 2.43' N109º 47.208' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

23º 59.382' N109º 49.686' Wsv Singularity17 Jan 2018 - 1445 - Anchored safely at Ensenade de Los Muertos. We're in about 25ft of water, not nearly as far from the beach as we usually are. We'll be going in to the cantina in a bit in our rowing dinghy. <BR/> <BR/>We'll probably stay here for two days since we reserved the slip in the La Paz marina for Friday. about 1 year  agoShow

23º 34.398' N109º 21.162' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

23º 22.692' N109º 25.368' Wsv Singularity16 Jan 2018 - 1315 - We anchored in Bahia Frailes (Which is Spanish for Friers) after motoring about 32nm. We had wind, but it was on the nose. Even if it had been at a better angle, we would have still motored because I need to get the fuel level in the tanks down enough to stop some leaks that have appeared. <BR/> <BR/>We filled up completely at Los Cabos and diesel started leaking around our new fuel tank depth sensors. Once the fuel level is low enough, then I can figure out how they're leaking and fix it. <BR/> <BR/>There were two sailboats already in the anchorage when we arrived and a large trawler named "Fish and Chips" arrived minutes later. We're anchored in about 50ft of water. We could have gone closer to the beach, but I didn't really see the need. The wind is blowing > 20 kts, but the land is keeping the swells from coming in and doesn't have much distance to build fetch. <BR/> <BR/>We'll leave bright and early tomorrow for the 50nm trip to Bahia Los Muertos. about 1 year  agoShow

23º 8.598' N109º 27.108' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

23º 3.708' N109º 40.404' Wsv Singularity2018-01-06 1015 - We arrived at Marina Puerto Los Cabos, near San José del Cabo. We're about 25 miles from famous, (infamous?) Cabo San Lucas. We aren't sure how long we'll be here, but we plan on having a good time. Internet, finally!!! We might rent a car to go over to Cabo just for the experience. :-) about 1 year  agoShow

22º 51.48' N109º 50.412' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

23º 14.13' N110º 31.128' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

23º 39.228' N111º 0.582' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

24º 28.638' N112º 0.24' Wsv Singularity2018-01-05 0930 - We had a good time in Puerto Magdalena yesterday. We met up with some cruising friends who had a motor dinghy. Went into the village for a lunch of fish tacos and then they took us over to what they thought would be a lagoon estuary. It turned out to be just a ditch in the desert, but we walked across the "desert" to see the Pacific ocean on the other side. It's a very narrow piece of land, so it didn't take us long. Then we came back to Singularity for a spaghetti supper and good conversation. <BR/> <BR/>Now we're on our way to San Jose del Cabo. The big city! Still no wind because of a high stationed off the western coast of Baja, so we're going to be motoring the entire 190 mile distance and should arrive Saturday morning. about 1 year  agoShow

24º 38.124' N112º 8.088' Wsv Singularity1/3/2018 1500, We anchored here at Puerto Magdalena. Bahia Magdalena has quite a lot of water to send out and in during the tides through a small opening. The current was around 2 knts against us coming into the bay. <BR/> <BR/>Unfortunately, it was too early for whale park tours at Abreojos. Oh well. So we had a nice lunch at a small cafe, picked up some provisions at the mercado, and headed on out in the afternoon. There wasn't any wind all night long, so we motored the entire 170 miles. It's looking like we'll want to motor the 190 miles to San Jose del Cabo as well. We'll see. <BR/> <BR/>We're going into the village tomorrow for dinner and then take the rest of the day off and leave for San Jose del Cabo Friday morning. about 1 year  agoShow

24º 34.458' N112º 15.15' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

25º 1.35' N112º 31.278' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

25º 52.44' N113º 2.442' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

26º 29.598' N113º 25.158' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

26º 42.492' N113º 33.69' Wsv SingularityWe arrived at Abreojos at 1300. Tomorrow we'll go into town to see if we can arrange a tour through the whale park where many gray whales hang out in the winter to breed and raise their offspring. about 1 year  agoShow

26º 51.432' N113º 50.478' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

26º 58.92' N113º 58.272' Wsv Singularity1515, Anchored at Punta San Hipólito. We only ran the engine for about 20 minutes this trip. The wind wasn't much, but it got us here in plenty of time for a daylight arrival and for more practice, we anchored under sail again. The wind piped up to over 20 knots as we pulled into the anchorage! <BR/>We managed to miss the crab pots on this leg. Yippee! We'll be here for tonight and then leave for Abreojos in the morning. about 1 year  agoShow

27º 2.61' N114º 8.19' Wsv SingularityDeparted Asunción at around 0830 this morning, heading to San Hipolito. Hipolito is a very small anchorage just 20 miles from Asunción. The sail started with 12kts of wind, but soon died and we're doing barely 2kts at the moment. If the wind doesn't pick up, we'll need to start up the engine this afternoon to make sure we get in before dark. <BR/> <BR/>I dove on the propeller yesterday. It only took 10 minutes or so. The line was wrapped in a know around the prop. The line cutter I had installed would have been useless to prevent the prop from get entangled. I'm just glad that we weren't motoring when we hit the line. We spent the rest of the day relaxing and working on projects. <BR/> about 1 year  agoShow

27º 8.286' N114º 17.082' Wsv Singularity1630 12/29, Arrived and anchored at Asunción under sail! Well, the reason we had to anchor under sail and the reason we are at Asunción is because yesterday, soon after leaving Tortugas, we snagged a crab pot on our propeller at some point. I noticed our speed was only 3-3.5kts, even though we were sailing dead down wind, wing-on-wing in 20 knots of wind! Looking astern, I noticed a yellow line trailing from the back of the boat under water. We cut the crap pot loose with a knife taped to a boat hook. But there was still line and a couple floats attached. <BR/>We tried to cut it off from the dinghy, but I found that the line was wrapped around the prop. So we decided to sail to the next good anchorage which, after drifting around all night long with no wind, turned out to be Asunción, about 15 miles away. Fortunately, enough wind came up during the day to get us the 15 miles by 1630. Just barely. <BR/>Tomorrow I'll dive on the prop and cut away the line. Oh joy! The most difficult part will be diggin out my dive mask and suit from in the v-berth bunk which has a lot of stuff piled on top. about 1 year  agoShow

27º 7.53' N114º 25.218' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

27º 12.102' N114º 32.1' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

27º 17.22' N114º 36.222' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

27º 31.542' N114º 48.198' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

27º 41.1' N114º 53.136' Wsv SingularityArrived at Bahia de Tortugas this morning and anchored at 0700. We had to bob around for a couple hours a few miles from the bay to wait for the sunrise. Plenty of wind on the way down and we actually arrived in the vicinity around 0100 in the morning. about 1 year  agoShow

27º 39.12' N115º 3.252' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

27º 55.44' N115º 26.19' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

28º 13.5' N115º 48.57' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

29º 36.57' N115º 54.378' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

29º 51.222' N115º 55.32' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

30º 18.39' N115º 57.288' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

30º 22.254' N115º 57.576' Wsv SingularityWe arrived here at Bahia de San Quintin (Bay of Saint Quintin) 4pm on 24Dec17 after sailing 3 hours and motoring about 5 hours. For some reason, my email to Farkwar didn't get posted so I'm trying again. <BR/> <BR/>Our last anchorage at Bahia Colonet was excellent! Very protected from the NW swells and we had a very gentle roll from the small swells that wrapped around the point. <BR/> <BR/>Anchoring overnight here and heading out in the morning toward Bahia de Tortugas (Bay of Turtles). It's roughly 200nm away and we should get there in two or three days, depending on the wind. This will be our first multi-night passage. Also, because it's so far, we don't have to motor any of the way to make sure we arrive before dark. In the morning, we'll raise the sail and take off. about 1 year  agoShow

30º 29.118' N116º 4.488' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

30º 46.338' N116º 14.202' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

30º 55.248' N116º 16.56' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

30º 57.624' N116º 17.01' Wsv SingularityArrived in Bahia Colonet. Much better anchorage than Puerto Santo Tomás! There was a lot of kelp there and it had wrapped around the anchor. There was about 10 lbs of the stuff to cut off! <BR/>Anchoring overnight here and heading out in the morning toward Quintin. about 1 year  agoShow

31º 17.262' N116º 38.568' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

31º 29.532' N116º 39.132' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

31º 32.964' N116º 40.608' Wsv SingularityAnchored at Puerto Santo Tomás at 1430. Bobbed around for several hours outside the bay at Ensenada with no wind. Finally started the engine and motored the 12 miles to our anchorage. Of course as soon as we arrived, the wind piped up to 10+ knots. Go figure. <BR/>We'll anchor overnight here and head out in the morning. about 1 year  agoShow

31º 40.512' N116º 45.6' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

31º 49.182' N116º 39.51' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

31º 50.532' N116º 41.37' Wsv Singularityabout 1 year  agoShow

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31º 51.318' N116º 37.32' Wsv SingularityArrived Ensenada at 0800. We plan on leaving Friday Dec 22 to go farther south.about 1 year  agoShow

32º 37.284' N117º 12.942' Wsv SingularityDeparting Point Loma San Diego for Ensenada, Mexico! Woo hoo! We should be arriving in Ensenada in the morning sometime. about 1 year  agoShow

32º 43.476' N117º 13.422' Wsv SingularityCurrently in Point Loma Marina, San Diego. Another low-wind day. We arrived in San Diego harbor to find lots of boats tacking back and forth in the channel. We'll be here in Point Loma for at least a week and possibly up to two weeks before heading down toward Mexico. over 1 year  agoShow

33º 12.678' N117º 23.754' Wsv SingularityCurrently in Oceanside, CA. We had an uneventful trip down the coast without any wind. Here in Oceanside, we got to dock in front of the Jolly Roger restaurant! How lucky is that?!! over 1 year  agoShow

33º 36.48' N117º 55.308' Wsv SingularityCurrently in Newport Beach. Bowthruster is fully operational again. We'll be leaving the morning of 11/24 for Oceanside. over 1 year  agoShow


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