|Looking back - sunset over Santa Rosalia|
23:30 hours: wind was finally picking up, so we rolled out the jib - Kelly wanted 5.7 knots or more to keep to our schedule and we could finally throttle back a bit. Dolphins!! Phosphorescence!! a real treat in the night.
01:33 hours: moonrise to starboard - a half moon - large and orange with a cloud running through - we now had some light by which to steer.
04:00 hours: it was very cool, damp -- the bimini and dodger were protecting us, but were very wet - we were yawning and the moon was exceptionally silvery bright.
|Pelicans and Gulls flying at dawn|
|Glorious first light over San Carlos|
|Entrance view on starboard side|
07:15 hours -- we took 4 tries to get hooked onto a usable mooring ball, still couldn't raise the marina to check in and decided to try to sleep for a brief time.
|Our destination - San Carlos (courtesy of Posada Condominiums brochure)|
We have taken 14.8 hours to cross and are now on the Mexican mainland, in the state of Sonora.