can we help
+44(0)1983 296060
+1 757-788-8872
tell me moreJoin a rally

Menu

Daily Logs

Filter by..
Search


12/01/2018

Libeccio - The Start of the World ARC

Guest blogger: Bill SweeneyAs we ease our way towards Santa Marta we bring to a close the first leg of the World ARC aboard Libeccio with Jane and Kevin. When last I blogged we were mid-Atlantic on the ARC rally from Gran Canary TO Saint Lucia!This week has been hectic to say the least - Marianne and I had flights from NYC canceled due to a snowstorm - leading to frantic rebooking and a one day delay in arrival.That translated into a one day delay in departing Saint Lucia - otherwise we'd be sitting with you telling lies verbally rather than via blog. The week has been replete with (mis)adventures and surprises. The misadventure started with our delayed arrival on Saturday to find that our luggage (all of our luggage!) had opted to remain in Newark.Hang Ten benefited greatly from my. read more...


11/01/2018

Skyelark of London - Half way to half way to Brazil

2. A gentle kite and a lovely tunaAlthough in our joining instructions Dan had said we should bring a warm blanket and light wet weather gear for the first few days, the balmy 30 degrees with gentle Cape Town zephyrs caressing the many marina flags had lulled us into a false sense of security. It was an illusion.Cape Town is roughly on the same latitude as southern Spain.It is however open to southerly winds coming in from Antarctica - and they can be unpredictable and cold. Leaving Cape Town we immediately entered a bank of somewhat damp, thick and spooky fog. This would not generally be an issue but rounding the Cape is one of the world's busiest shipping lanes with tankers and container ships carrying goods to and from the east coast of America and Europe to India, the Far East and. read more...


11/01/2018

Shepherd Moon - Visitations

We made good progress west yesterday, and we didn't break anything! Even the Blue Water Runner behaved, at least in a relative sense, although that bar is set very low; about sea level to be precise. Yesterday morning we saw a squall approaching on the radar and decided it would be best to furl away the Blue Water Runner until it was safely past. We'd managed to get it more or less furled but it was still a bit baggy around the clews (the bit where the ropes are attached, or more accurately, the sheets). We tried unfurling it a smidge to tidy it up and in the process the top and bottom unravelled, with only the baggy bit left furled. With ominous dark clouds fast approaching, we decided the only option was to drop the sail and get it tied on deck. Now where else would you drop the Blue. read more...


11/01/2018

Hanna - von St. Helena weiter nach Brasilien

Normal 0 21 false false falseDE JA X-NONE/* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Normale Tabelle"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0cm; mso-para-margin-right:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:8.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0cm; line-height:107%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-ansi-language:DE; mso-fareast-language:EN-US;}4.1. Donnerstag – Tag des Thors. Etwas Regen aber Gottseidank kein Donner. Viel Welle. Wir surfen auf langen Wellen und die. read more...


Hanna - von St. Helena weiter nach Brasilien
Hanna - von St. Helena weiter nach Brasilien
11/01/2018

Lexington - Captain:Bob. 1/12/2018. PURE BRAGGING

I am always surprised at how many people are interested in the post I make. I do not consider them to be of much value but I guess it is an interesting trip. I am stretch your potential level of interest but the more I have thought the more I wanted to brag a little. As you know I just spent time with my family in South Africa. I have recently learned that my son-in -law was recognized by his institution. I am copying their press release below for those who are most tolerant of what I contribute. January Physician of the Month: Dr. Lawrence “Drew” ShirleyJANUARY 03, 2018 - 4:42 PMCollaboration is the key for Lawrence “Drew” Shirley, MD.And it’s one of the many reasons he’s January’s Physician of the Month atThe Ohio State University’s Comprehensive Cancer Center and Arthur G. JamesCancer. read more...


11/01/2018

Lexington - Captain Bob:2/11/2018. 25*. 57'. south. 6*. 41'east.

We are doing fair in light winds but calmer seas. We have 8-10 knots of wind and are doing about 5.5 to 6 knots of speed. It is overcast and mildly cool. We are just over half way. Wind is predicted to improve. We are in the pack. It is hard to imagine how easy and nice we have it compared to 25-50 years ago. I do my watch while responding to email. I read books on my iPad. I have a chart plotter and GPS. When I get tired I have two shipmates to share watches. I am in no way comparable to sailors that did this sort of thing without my luxuries. Actually I think there is a contest to celebrate the anniversary of the Golden Globe race for solo circumnavigation without stopping. To make it interesting they are only allowing the tools available to the original sailors 50'years ago. Of the. read more...


10/01/2018

Mischief - Final Push for Santa Marta

We are having another great sailing day and all is fine onboard.At first light this morning we decided to put out the code 0. Unfortunatey we managed to wrap the furling line around the it undonedrum which took Mick and I over an hour to unwrap it. We had to cut it to get it unwrapped which was shame as it is a endless line. Good news Mick to the rescue as he managed tosplice it back together so that we could furl it back in.Our tussle with Christine continues so we decided to fly the spinnaker to gain an advantage. He also had a big downwind sail so we couldn't shake them off. They have taken theirs down and we haven't yet so if we are brave enough maybe we can overtake them.We were informed by WARC there has been a large earth quake in Honduras and there was a risk of tsunami in this. read more...


10/01/2018

Taurus - Meilen Rekord

Mittwoch 10.01.2018Seit Dienstag Vormittag segelten wir wieder mit ausgerefftem Großsegel, nachdem der Wind etwas nachgelassen hatte. Heute Mittag 12:00 konnten wir stolze 189,5 Seemeilen innerhalb der letzten 24 Stunden vorweisen, ein neuer Rekord für die Taurus. Dank des guten Windes waren wir seit vergangener Nacht im Schnitt über 9 Knoten Speed gefahren. Die Taurus segelte wie auf Schienen durch die Wellen. Den Meilen Rekord verdanken wir nicht zuletzt auch unserem wohl erfahrensten Crew Mitglied in Sachen Segeln, Gerald aus Österreich. Er sprach sich die letzten Tage bei crew internen Besprechungen zumeist gegen ein Reff aus, und dafür es einfach laufen zu lassen, wenn es denn einmal gut läuft. Der Sternenhimmel wirkte in dieser Nacht nochmal schöner als in den Nächten zuvor. Ich. read more...


10/01/2018

Amuse - repairing the flag

We are hard at work today making important repairs to our Irish flag and catching up on emails. All happening as we hammer along downwind on the Columbia coast in a heavy sea. Thank you to all catamaran designers for making this possible:)image1. read more...


Amuse - repairing the flag
Amuse - repairing the flag
10/01/2018

Shepherd Moon - Counting chickens

Now, where were we? A lot has happened since our last blog entry on the 4th December, but some things never change. This morning the Blue Water Runner ended up in the sea, but this time it was down to user error rather than equipment failure, but more on that in tomorrow's blog.Having arrived safely in Saint Lucia we scooped up Daisy and her boyfriend Chris, and spent a glorious week or so sailing down through the Grenadines. I never realised that snorkelling with turtles could be so cathartic. Our accident-prone Atlantic crossing faded into a distant and rose-tinted memory, and all was good with the World once again. We obviously managed to break a halyard whilst flying the Blue Water Runner, but that goes without saying. The only unfortunate thing was that the inevitable "bang". read more...


10/01/2018

Air Power - Jan 8-9

We've put St Lucia in our rear view mirror. We have covered over 500 nm under pretty fair skies. We took our gennaker sail down for a couple of hours yesterday, thinking a large cloud over taking us, was going to really dump on us. Sailing with just a genoa can give us a fair bit of speed in high winds, but that didn't happen, so we put the gennaker back up. The only draw back to the genn is; it's a little too fast for fishing. That is the trade off.Twice each day, we check in on the SSB radio, with the other cruisers, for a quick chat. In the morning we give our current position, the winds we are experiencing, and any engine hours we have had to run, since the last check-in. Then the conversation generally shifts to the fishing report. Quite a few boats have had success, from catching a. read more...


Air Power - Jan 8-9
Air Power - Jan 8-9
09/01/2018

Le Aum - Log dia 3

Dia 8 de JaneiroO mar continua agitado com mas vagas consideraveis tendo uma delas invadido o poço pelo lado de BB e molhado quarto e as roupas do italiano que tinha deixado a vigia aberta.O almoço foi um guisado de frango com legumes.A meio da tarde o vento começou a soprar com forte e tivemos que rizar a grande para o terceiro rizo e enrolar um pouco a genoa.Fizemos 164 milhas no odometro e 168 no GPS.. read more...


09/01/2018

Le Aum - Log dia 2

Dia 7 de JaneiroO mar está revolto um autêntico rock and roll como dizem por aqui ...A vantagem é que já fizemos 150 milhas ese continuarmos a este ritmo talvez cheguemos mais rápido do que previsto.O almoço foi excelente! um entrecosto no forno com batatinhas, feito pelo Comandante ao contrario do jantar que foi um verdadeiro desastre, uma sopa de tomate instantãnea que acabou por ser entornada pelo vaivem do barco.Continuamos a navegar em borboleta com a genoa toda dezenrolada com o pau de spy a BB e VG no segundo rizo a EB.. read more...


09/01/2018

Mischief - Passing the ABC Islands

We have had another great day with constant winds from the east of 20 knots. The sea state has settled this evening to Wendy's delight. The rolling sea makes it difficult to even walk around the boat never mind put your make up on.We have been gybing down the rhumb line avoiding the ABC Islands off the coast of Venezuela and trying to catch the boat in front, Cristine. They must have us on a piece of elastic because every time we start to catch up they stretch out again.We have managed to catch another Mahi Mahi which has given us nice entree for dinner and lunch in the fridge for tomorrow. Its a good job we all like fish and Trevor's skills with a rod never cease to amaze me. we are also refining our skills at dispatching and filleting fish.. read more...


09/01/2018

Taurus - Montag 08.01.2018

Alle Leser sind sicher daran interessiert, wie die Geschichte mit dem blinden Passagier an Bord weiter ging. Nun, nach Sonnenaufgang saß der Vogel nach wie vor auf seinem gemütlichen Plätzchen und machte keine Anstalten weiter zu ziehen. Nun konnten wir jedoch die großen weißen Flecken an Deck, seine Hinterlassenschaften in der Sonne nicht mehr länger dort lassen, weil es sonst drohte sich in das Holzdeck einzubrennen. So machten wir uns an die Reinigungsabeiten. Dies schien dem Vogel nicht so richtig zu behagen, und so entschied er sich etwas träge dann doch weiter zu fliegen. Wir wünschen ihm alles Gute auf seinem Weg und hoffen, er konnte sich genug ausruhen an Bord der Taurus.Bereits in der Nacht auf Montag waren wir in stetiger Nähe von Orion, ein anderes teilnehmendes Schiff der. read more...


09/01/2018

Lexington - Captain Bob: 28*. 47' south. 10*. 09' east

I have the 6-9 pm watch. It is a little cool and overcast. I put on my Christmas Fouly wear. Santa Clause treated me very nice. We have started up our afternoon trivia quizzes. We are the quizmaster for tomorrow. It is generally a lot of fun and humbling. I will put in several question from my safari recent knowledge. May fair winds fill your sails with warm foul weather gear. Bobimage1. read more...


Lexington - Captain Bob: 28*. 47' south. 10*. 09' east
Lexington - Captain Bob: 28*. 47' south. 10*. 09' east
09/01/2018

Lexington - Captain Bob: headed to St Helena 29*. 06' south. 10*. 40'east

We are head towards St Helena. It is overcast, about 65 degrees is my guess, 15-18 knots of wind and 6.5-7.5 knots of boat speed. We are again using our twin head sails which require little attention on our part. We should be careful of being too confident. Two boats this morning reported having broken parts from accidental jibs. The group is sailing down wind which often means your main sail is swung wide out over the side of the boat. The wind is coming from the stern. If the boat were to turn in a way to put the boom/main sail on the opposite side of the wind then the boom comes crashing over to the other side with all the force of the wind and a very long arc to swing thru. Both boats had preventers rigged.A preventer is a line attached to the boom to stop it from swinging across the. read more...


08/01/2018

Taurus - Verregneter Start in St. Lucia

Samstag 19.01.2018Hiermit meldet sich das Team Taurus zum ersten Mal von Übersee.Nach einer schier endlosen Schleife von wochenlangen Reaparaturen an der Contest 50 waren wir nun endlich soweit startklar. Sogar am Samstag Vormittag des Start Tages der World ARC wurde quasi auf den letzten Drücker noch eine letzte Reparatur an unserem Bugstrahlruder getätigt. Gegen 10:50 machten wir uns klar zum Auslaufen, um zum offiziellen Termin um 12:00 pünktlich über die Start Linie zu segeln.Gleich beim Auslaufen aus der Box passierte uns das erste Ungeschick. Beim Rückwärts absetzen aus der Box gab unerwartet plötzlich doch wieder unser Bugstrahler den Geist auf. Da wir recht kräftigen vorlich-seitlichen Wind aufs Schiff hatten, trieb das Schiff sofort ab in Richtung des benachbarten Schiffes und. read more...


08/01/2018

Taurus - Blinder Passagier

Sonntag 20.01.2018Am Sonntag spielten sich die Wachen ein und jeder von uns gewöhnt sich allmählich an den Wachwechsel. Wir freuen uns den ganzen Tag über rund 20 Knoten Wind, was uns mit zusätzlichem Schub durch die Welle von hinten zwischen 7-8 Knoten Speed over Ground brachte. In den ersten 24 Stunden haben wir stolze 157 Seemeilen geschafft. Zwischendurch hatten wir etwas mehr Wellengang und Wasser über dem Front Deck. Ich rief noch vom Kockpit runter in den Niedergang, man möge die vorderen Luken schließen, und dachte dabei nicht an die Luke hinten in der Achterkammer. An nichts Böses denkend spritze plötzlich unerwartet eine Welle hinten seitlich über und spülte eine Menge Wasser über das Achterdeck. Als ich mich umdrehte und mir auffiehl, dass die Achterluke noch offen war, war es. read more...


08/01/2018

Mischief - Nearly Half Way

We are nearly halfway to Santa Marta having left St Lucia just 2 days ago. All isgood on board and the sailing is great, C increasing our 24hr run record to 185 miles. We are going to pass quite close to the ABC islands off Venezuela. The weather is sunny and hot and so far today no squalls. When the squalls do come the wind doubles in speed and the rain is biblical. Last nights dinner was a triumph of fish cuisine Rick Stein would have been proud of. Mick prepared a delicious starter called Sashimi, raw, chilled Mahi Mahi served with soy sauce and wasabi. This was followed by Mahi Mahi parcels cooked for just ten minutes in foil, containing olive oil, salt, pepper and on a bed of onions and garlic. This was served with boiled potatoes and a Caribbean salad. Needless to say there was no. read more...


08/01/2018

Amara - Fish ON... again!

Day 3, We had an amazing night of sailing! Great breeze, calmer sea and better VMG to Santa Marta.We put out the line early this morning with hopes of having an early morning catch. Amara didn't disappoint... we hooked a nice 12ish pound WAHOO! All carved up and in the freezer! Dinner in Santa Marta will be difficult... Tuna or Wahoo! I already know what Brenda will say - WAHOO!!! #AMARAROCKSRick. read more...


Amara - Fish on ... Again!
Amara - Fish on ... Again!
08/01/2018

Air Power - Jan 6-7

Hello again. Its been about 6 weeks, since we finished ARC Caribean 1500. After spending 10 days on Tortola, BVI having a couple of machine bolts repaired, we pushed on to St John's, AVI (American Virgin Islands). We spent a wonderful evening visiting one of Jill's former A.F. classmates. We then sailed southeast for Guadaloupe, and met up with a sailing friend on Aladdin. After a couple of days eating French food, we followed Aladdin to Les Saints, part of this same island group, and ate more French food. We then sailed past a couple of islands and arrived in St Lucia for preparation for the World ARC.Saturday's weather was a little on the damp side, as a good downpour added to the excitement of not colliding with the other 38 boats at the starting line. While waiting for the starting. read more...


08/01/2018

Skyelark of London - Back in the Atlantic

Cape Town to Cabedelo (Brazil) via St Helena.Narrated by TimTo beginSkyelark was as beautiful as I remembered. The last time I has seen her was in May 2017 when I left her in Southampton after a crossing from Antigua via the Azores. That voyage was so good, with amazing people, leadership, food and sailing, that I vowed never to repeat the experience as I thought it could not be bettered.But I could not stay away.She was moored in the marina in Cape Town as part of the World ARC - a regular 15 month rally of mainly 45 - 55 foot cruising yachts, starting in the Caribbean in January and circumnavigating the globe. Skyelark (51 ft) was just back in the Atlantic on her way home, having crossed the Pacific and Indian Oceans.Around 40 yachts had left St Lucia in January 2017, usually sailed by. read more...


07/01/2018

Libeccio - We are off the docks!

We are very pleased to report that Libeccio and her crew left the comfort of Rodney Bay Marina at noon today and have, finally, started our first passage of the World ARC! Our crew mates for this leg, Bill and Marianne, were delayed due to the snow storm that paralyzed the NY area. While they arrived late yesterday afternoon on St Lucia, their luggage was not so fortunate and so they had to go out and purchase everything for the trip. There was a little delay today as Marianne was scouring the shops of Rodney Bay (remember it is a Sunday) for, shall we say, underclothing. Otherwise, once we had filled up with fuel and checked out we were very happy to get on our way. The day has been brilliant so far. Winds out of the East, perhaps a little south of East, ranging from 18 - 25kn and seas. read more...


07/01/2018

Le Aum - Log dia 1

Dia 6 de JaneiroLargámos de S. Lucia ao meio dia com muita chuva e vento de SE.Rondámos uma bóia frente a Castries e tomámos o rumo S.Marta.O tempo desanuviou e desenrolámos o resto da genoa.Por volta das 15h o vento rondou mais para E ste e optámos por põr a genoa com o pau de spy a bombordo e irmos em borboleta.Entretanto mais uma vez o gerador hidríco gripou...depois de ter sido reparado.Almoçámos uns belos bifes grelhados com pasta Napolitana feita pelo nosso triplante italiano.Por volta das 17h rizámos a vela grande para o segundo rizo e demos algumas voltas na genoa para nos prepararmos para a noite.. read more...


07/01/2018

Mischief - The Start of our World ARC Adventure

Well here we are on the second day of the first leg of the World ARC to Santa Marta, Columbia. Yesterday we started at Midday in torrential rain and strong winds, not what it said in the brochure. We were not helped by over indulging at the farewell party the night before. Despite us all being soaked the skin, which probably helped sober us up, we made a good start and were 4th over the line. We sailed out of Rodney Bay and down to Castries before turning for South America, only 800 miles away. After a few squalls during the night today greeted us with sunshine and good winds, we are sailing downwind at between 8 and 11 knts on a long rolling sea. We are flying a code 0 poled out and a full main on a preventer and a genoa. This is a sail plan introduced by Alf on our crossing of the. read more...


07/01/2018

Amara - Fish ON!

Day 2 days n the water, things are a bit bumpy but we are having fun! The reel on the port sounds de went wizzzzzz and about 30 minutes later a 30 ish pound Bonita Tuna was on Amara! All cleaned and in the freezer! Loving life, even with the bumps!#AMARAROCKSRick. read more...


Amara - Fish on!
Amara - Fish on!
07/01/2018

Lexington - Captain Bob:1/7/2018

We are at sea again on a leg of about 10-12 days to St Helena. We will stay there about 3 days and then head to Salvador Brazil. We will be there for their Carnival which is the second largest in Brazil. Our start from Capetown has been a little slow. We have had fog, mist, rain and light wind on the nose. It is Sunday afternoon and the sun is out and we have picked up 10-12 knots of wind. The forecast is for good winds for the rest of the way to St Helena. Hopefully the wind will be from the SE and allow us to use our twin headsails. Interestingly enough another group of 40 boats has just started another World Arc from St Lucia. That is a big group. I feel for the other people in ports when they arrive. They will fill up ports and harbors. I hope they have a good ride. I wonder if they. read more...


06/01/2018

Blue Pearl - At Last

Well, after all the preparations made over the last year or so we are finally ready to get underway. We thought this day would never come!We will be leaving the dock in half an hour or so and make our way to the start line to begin the first leg of the World ARC RALLY to Santa Marta, Columbia.Blue Pearl is in good shape for at least as long something doesn't break which would be par for the course for a sailboat.The crew, although a little on the old side, are fit and healthy and up to the task and eager to get going.We'll drop you a note from time to time. If you don't hear from us it means we are having a good time, when we do write we are blowing off steam.Ruud Bosman. read more...


06/01/2018

IceBear - Buttoned Down

On our trip from Cutler, Maine to St Lucia, we stopped in Hurricane (Maria) devastated Dominica.  A fisherman in an open yellow boat named “Lawrence of Arabia” came out to greet us and takes us to a mooring ($25EC - $10US). A fully clothed soaking wet man paddled out to IceBear on a paddle board selling trinkets and requesting water and a dry shirt in a waterproof bag.  Carol purchased a necklace $40EC, and provided water.  He is surely now the sole resident of Portsmouth with a Brooks Brothers oxford button down shirt - hope he wore it to celebrate New Year’s Eve!. read more...


05/01/2018

Smoke and Roses - A Martinique Cruisers Christmas

Logged 0 MilesA Martinique Cruisers ChristmasDecember 24 – 29, 2017                Sainte Anne, MartiniqueThis is the longest we have been in one place since we left Florida over two months ago and it has been nice to stay put for a while. Of the twelve days on Martinique, nine of them have been in Sainte Anne. The original plan was to be in St Lucia for Christmas but it is only 25 nautical miles away and there has been a lot of windy weather so for once we are not in a hurry to leave. We heard from Ken and Lynn and on the cruisers net, (a designated time when cruisers all tune into the same channel on the VHF for an organized program about social activities, services and to buy or sell things) of a cruisers pot. read more...


Smoke and Roses - A Martinique Cruisers Christmas
Smoke and Roses - A Martinique Cruisers Christmas
Smoke and Roses - A Martinique Cruisers Christmas
Smoke and Roses - A Martinique Cruisers Christmas
Smoke and Roses - A Martinique Cruisers Christmas
Smoke and Roses - A Martinique Cruisers Christmas
04/01/2018

Hanna - X-mas und Prosit Neujahr !!!

Normal 0 21 false false falseDE JA X-NONE/* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Normale Tabelle"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0cm; mso-para-margin-right:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:8.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0cm; line-height:107%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-ansi-language:DE; mso-fareast-language:EN-US;}Sylvester und der Beginn eines neuen Jahres ist immer etwas Besonderes.Aber diese Zeit auf Position 15°54,28‘ Süd und. read more...


Hanna - X-mas und Prosit Neujahr !!!
Hanna - X-mas und Prosit Neujahr !!!
IceBear - Photo
IceBear - Photo
02/01/2018

IceBear - IceBear Blog

Delighted to have completed our 2,600 nautical mile trip from Cutler, Maine to Saint Lucia, and now start the World ARC.. read more...


02/01/2018

Lexington - Captain Bob: 1/2/2018 last day at Kapama Lodge

We had our last drive this morning. It was cloudy and cool and rained at the end. image1 image2. read more...


Lexington - Captain Bob: 1/2/2018 last day at Kapama Lodge
Lexington - Captain Bob: 1/2/2018 last day at Kapama Lodge
Lexington - Captain Bob: 1/2/2018 last day at Kapama Lodge
Lexington - Captain Bob: 1/2/2018 last day at Kapama Lodge
02/01/2018

Lexington - Captain Bob: Kapama Lodge

We are at the Hoedspruit Airport waiting to fly to Capetown. I am going to post a few photos of the lodge. image1 image2 image3 image4 image5 image6 image7 image8 image9 image10. read more...


Lexington - Captain Bob: Kapama Lodge
Lexington - Captain Bob: Kapama Lodge
Lexington - Captain Bob: Kapama Lodge
Lexington - Captain Bob: Kapama Lodge

7