|SV Marionetto underway|
We made radio contact with SVs Dune and Mood Indigo while underway and discovered there were only 3 boats currently in the anchorage at Isla San Francisco. Seven boats had departed that morning. We advised that there would be likely as many replacing them, ourselves included. By noon, we were down to 3.4 knots and if we had not worried about getting a good sheltered spot in the south side, we would have kept sailing. Time to motor-sail and have a choice! We anchored at 13:10 and sent out a SPOT message to advise once again that 'we are here...and we are fine'. (24 degrees 49.104 N, 110 degrees 34.061 W). A four hour trip with 2 hours of sailing - not bad.
|Light tower on south shore|
|SV INTREPID II anchored at Isla San Francisco|
The full moon was a special treat as it rose over the hills of the isla and sent silvery reflections shimmering through the anchorage.
|Sunset reflections over the anchorage|