Perseverance

We were out the Golden Gate on our way to Half Moon Bay for Thanksgiving week holiday. We flew the new spinny.

And the other just having fun

Jeff Berman
#1908

Perseverance

We were out the Golden Gate on our way to Half Moon Bay for Thanksgiving week holiday. We flew the new spinny.

And the other just having fun

Jeff Berman
#1908

Islander under spinnaker

Islander (Hull 2010, Std.Rig, Wing) reaching under her Doyle assymetric, in Gardniers Bay, Long Island, NY. We have cruised her all over New England, as far as Maine. We are members of Fleet 5, and sail with the fleet, each summer and fall.

Fred & Marilyn Sprigman

Paniolo

We bought Paniolo three years ago in Marina del Rey, she has kept it's name and hailing port since it's first owner, she is a documented vessel and since I'm against of changing the name of a boat (I would hate that someone would try to change mine), and more if it's kind of ilustrious, (She won the C36 nationals in 1995 with Bob Mc Cullough at the helm), we decided to keep, not only the name, but the hailing port itself.

Paniolo (2)

We bought Paniolo three years ago in Marina del Rey, she has kept it's name and hailing port since it's first owner, she is a documented vessel and since I'm against of changing the name of a boat (I would hate that someone would try to change mine), and more if it's kind of ilustrious, (She won the C36 nationals in 1995 with Bob Mc Cullough at the helm), we decided to keep, not only the name, but the hailing port itself.

Paniolo (3)

We bought Paniolo three years ago in Marina del Rey, she has kept it's name and hailing port since it's first owner, she is a documented vessel and since I'm against of changing the name of a boat (I would hate that someone would try to change mine), and more if it's kind of ilustrious, (She won the C36 nationals in 1995 with Bob Mc Cullough at the helm), we decided to keep, not only the name, but the hailing port itself.

Paniolo (4)

We bought Paniolo three years ago in Marina del Rey, she has kept it's name and hailing port since it's first owner, she is a documented vessel and since I'm against of changing the name of a boat (I would hate that someone would try to change mine), and more if it's kind of ilustrious, (She won the C36 nationals in 1995 with Bob Mc Cullough at the helm), we decided to keep, not only the name, but the hailing port itself.

Pacific Drifter

This is “Pacific Drifter” 1986 C36 #513 about 3 miles off the coast of San Pedro (Los Angeles) in about 20+ winds. Typical nice autumn day in LA!

Bob Gleiberman

Coy Mistress

This is our “Coy Mistress” sailing in the Atlantic Ocean off of Amelia Island, Florida. Enjoying beautiful weather and very fair winds.

Lin Bass

TiaRain III

Late summer sail home "into the sunset" from Tice's Shoal (a popular anchorage) across Barnegat Bay and back to Forked River, NJ. Its shots like this that help get us through the long winter.

Robert McLaughlin

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