Saturday, November 27, 2004

November 27th. Paul Masdew and Family


Paul and Rayda Posted by Hello


The Family on the bow Posted by Hello


After a hard day at sea Posted by Hello


Paul Masdew , his wife Rey,his son Pablo and his daugter Rayda, came aboard for the day. Rayda is finishing Law scool in Atlanta, and Pablo is here from Gainesville where he is attending Florida State University. The day was very warm and there was no wind. So we motored around and chased the dolphins for a while, then looked at the fancy homes at key Biscayne and came back thru Stiltsville. They will have to come back on a windy day to really experience sailing
Here is what Paul wrote:
A beautiful day for sailing and warm, over 85 F in late November.
We saw a pod of dolphins froliking in the wake as well as the beautiful homes that dot the seaside.

Friday, November 26, 2004

November 26th, PM, Ana Rosa Phillips and Family


Pamela Phillips on the helm Posted by Hello


Philip , Ana and her mother Posted by Hello


Danial taking a picture of his family Posted by Hello


Ana Rosa heard about me from previous guests. She decided to celebrate having her mother and her two children in town by taking them sailing. The weather was great and a funtime was had by all.
Here is what Ana wrote :
Had a beautiful sunset cruise with my family and a gorgeous full moon
Hope to do it again.

November 26th 2004 AM, Isis and friends


Adreana and Danielle Posted by Hello


Alex and Lisa Posted by Hello


Daniell, Adreana and the Captain Posted by Hello


Isis and Pops Posted by Hello


The gang on the bow Posted by Hello

Isis came with her friends, Danielle Houck, Andrea Legorburn, Lisa Longford and Alex.
The weather was great, we had a nice sail in and out of the channel. Lisa made a nice entry in the log, but I could not read most of her hand writing. So next time I see her I will have her decipher it.

Sunday, November 21, 2004

November 21st 2004, Ellen Book


Drs. Daniel and Harold Burger on the bow Posted by Hello
Ellen, Irene and Clair Berger sunning on the bow Posted by Hello


The Crew Posted by Hello

Ellen Book invited her family to celebrate her father in law's 14th wedding anniversary. The weather could not be more perfect. Gentle breeze, partly sunny and calm seas. A good time was had by all. Here is what Ellen wrote:

Perfect weather, lovely tranquil time. Harold loved captaining . Thank you, a very special day
Ellen Book Burger.

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

November 17th. Estee Lauder Regatta


The race is on Posted by Hello


Poly and Javier Posted by Hello


The Yelow team,S.V Quantessa Posted by Hello


The Red Team, S.V. Como Tu Posted by Hello


The White Team on the RA Posted by Hello


Lisa Ymamoto on the helm Posted by Hello


The Green Team, S.V. Vita Posted by Hello


Back the white team and the captain Posted by Hello

5 boats participated in the Regatta, Vita, Caribe Uno, Como tu, Quantessa and RA.
On RA we had Javier Simon, Poly Yuen, Martin Curry, Andrew Petyt and Lisa Yamamoto
Poly wrote on the log:
This is the first time that I am on a real sailboat. I learned a lot about sailing and the captain is very good. I learned alot about life also talking with the captain and I am enlightend .
Poly Yuen

Saturday, November 06, 2004

November 6th, Bert Smith and group


The group enjoying the day Posted by Hello


Tha group frolicking on the deck Posted by Hello


D. Mc elveen,C Mc Elveen,R Fulford,J Fulford,G. Franzier,B. Franzier, B. Smith, S. Smith, and Kyle Cathera. Marcus Z on the side Posted by Hello

Bert Smith and his group came from North Carolina to watch the Game with UM. They stayed at the Biltmore Hotel. Italo suggested that they go sailing.
We had mostly great weather. At the end of the trip we had a little squall and and a little wind which provided some excitement. Marcus helped release the jib and all was well.
Here is what Bert wrote:
We enjoyed the aqua Blue waters and the ride by beautiful Miami. The sun and Sky were perfect until a thunderstorm came upon us and the boat heeled and panic struck the passengers. All ended well as a rainbow appeared as we returned to port.