Every once in a while the sun would come out and light up the colors. Did not get a chance to find out much about this good looking sharpie.
Check out the illusion of the sail logo looking transparent with the background condos showing through. The logo background is opaque off-white not transparent.
Very nicely restored sailing Whitehall.
22' Melonseed with all kinds of gadgets including a tiller pilot.
Mike Jones brought this new-to-him William Garden Eel. A very cool little cruiser.
Lots of us had a turn sitting in the cockpit making sailing noises.
We've seen this big Skipjack before. She's an impressive sight. Took the owner 9 1/2 years to build.
A couple Abaco Dinghies, a Penobscot 17 and a Goat dagger board.
Sunday morning, winds were light but they built into the teens during the day.
This is a crop of the previous photo. Check out how little of the Goat is in the water with just me and a bottle of drinking water onboard.
Tom Busenlener's Phoenix III "Rascal" heading out Sunday.
Doug Engh's Penobscot 17 "Ransom II"
Dabbler sails setting nicely.
Penobscot 17, Sea Pearl, Goat and Pheonix III just messing about.
Doug and I went back out on the Penobscot Sunday afternoon. The winds were now in the low teens gusting to maybe 15-16. We had full sail up and the boat stayed balanced and handled very nicely.
Ron Hoddinott took a bunch of great pictures of the boats on display. You can see them here on the WCTSS photo gallery page.