November 1, 2014

Sailing the Capri 30 off shore in San Diego

Dave Koller has become the proud new co-owner of a Capri 30 racing sailboat. The lines are drawn back to the cockpit. All the hardware looks intact. She's ready for some stiff winds.

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Ready to rip: Capri 30, light and fast

      San Diego has had a fairly light wind summer, so it is nice to have a few Winter storms arrive. We took the Capri 30 for a spin in a small craft advisory and got her heeled over pretty well, definitely got the starboard rail sunk deep in the water - two knuckles deep.


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Chris and Dave in the Capri cockpit


Curran at the helm

Bringing her back into the barn.




4 comments:

curran said...

next step,
fly the spinnaker!

TinaW said...
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Sally said...

Do you get sea sick sailing from Newport Beach to Avalon? If so, is it safe for young children?

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