Captain Spencer aboard Aldebaran

  
Our updated departure date across the Pacific!

–> Saturday, April 8th

I first met Spencer in the Santa Barbara anchorage in 2010 when we had both had recently purchased our boats: I had bought a 42ft trimaran named Aldebaran, and Spencer had bought a Islander Freeport 41 ketch named Okiva.

Our most memorable times were buddy boating to the islands, our two boats anchored together at Ladies’ Cove, at Cuyler Harbor, at Willow’s Anchorage. Such amazing trips!!
  
Spencer just turned 27 yrs old but is already a reknown sailing instructor in Santa Barbara, especially when it comes to advanced cruising skills (navigating around islands, anchoring in challenging conditions, etc). So we are incredibly fortunate to learn from his sailing knowledge, and natural passion for teaching, during the next three months. He is joining us now for the crossing from Galapagos to Pitcairn, and onwards to Marquesas.

Even more of a blessing is his joyful attitude. The guy just beams with positivity and good energy. He arrived March 22 nd and cruised with us around the islands of Isabella and Floreanna. We are now in Santa Cruz island, the busy hub of the Galapagos, getting the boat ready for our big ocean crossing.

Contact Spencer for sailing instruction at: Spencer@SunsweptSailing.com

Check out our Route across the Pacific:

https://greencoconutrun.com/our-route/season-3-south-pacific/

Sent via phone in Galapagos.

2 thoughts on “Captain Spencer aboard Aldebaran

    • Wish you were with us too!! The many additions you have made to the boat continue to live on… the sunglass rack is my personal favorite. That rack plus the croquis are giving me a fighting chance of keeping nice sunglasses alive for more than a few months.

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