Destiny Comes on Strong is an article that I found in a 1970 issue of Motor Boating Magazine. Destiny II, a 1969 Schock Santana The Backstory On the day that Destiny was surveyed, I had the pleasure of meeting Mike Currie who was the prior owner of Destiny II. Mike is the architect of Destiny’s […]
The Santana 37 Hull Roster is running a list of information about the 20 other Santana 37s. As I discover little bits of history I will add it here. If you have any information to add or share, please reach out! Also, if you find something here that is inaccurate please let me know so […]
So, apparently there was a Clipper Fleet in Seattle. How did I not know about this?! I was taking a sailing class in Shilshole Bay Marina this weekend and we stumbled on the 75 foot PSP-Logistics, docked for repair. Turns out there was an entire fleet of them parked downtown. What are These Ships When […]
This is an update on my “learn to sail” project. Last weekend I completed my first two lessons through Windworks Sailing at Shillshole Bay Marina in Ballard, WA. Windworks uses the US Sailing Basic Keelboat (BK) curriculum and divides it into three parts: BK1, BK2 and Bk3. Brief side note: I discovered Windworks when I […]
I’m happy to report that my 2018 “Learning to Sail” project has kicked off. Developing the skills to operate a sailboat is the first step to a number of items that I added to my bucket list last year. My biggest obstacle?… I don’t have access to a sailboat.