December 19th, 2016

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4th Sunday of Advent December 18. Digging in for a hot winter’s night.

Monday, December 19th, 2016

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I finally managed to upload the You Tube video of my fast sail from La Cruz to Melaque on December 5th. https://youtu.be/XTN4FS-0yvo 

You can find any additional successful uploads of all my videos of this trip on youtu.be by just searching under Jack van Ommen. I am hoping to get my video of how I set, fly and take the spinaker down singlehanded in the next days.