|Leaving Hawaii behind, sunrise to the east|
|The fuel dock in Ala Wai no longer sells fuel to the public. It is now privately owned.
BUT.. for a fee ($200) the owner will let you dock and fuel up from a truck.
We used the Fuel Man
Going upwind, 13-18Kts of wind, 10.5 Kts boat speed
|Five-day outlook: we knew it was going to be close|
|Arriving Cabo: we need to keep on going!|
|Our daily recon: WP14, we clocked 283 NM that day|
By the numbers:
- Distance: 2,661 NM
- Time: 10 days, 18 hours
- Average speed: 10.3 kts
- Fuel used: 2,000 Gal.
- Reserve: 600 Gal.
|Arriving Cabo ahead of WILLA|
|The beautiful white rocks at Cabo San Lucas. We arrived with drizzle and flat seas, no wind|
|Would you know there is a hurricane coming?|
|Rounding Cabo San Lucas, the cave.
Nobody on the beaches, the Port Captain has shut down the beaches,
restricted navigation to wharf-to-wharf only.
|Bahia de los Muertos (rebaptized Bahia de los Sueños)|
|WILLA to the South… we are just at the edge of the weather system|
|Marina de La Paz: Great docks, spa time for DOMINO|