The Admiral and I took to the water to enjoy the day in search of the gray baleens that are now migrating north. We found a crusty pair just outside the main jetty making their journey north. Another great whale-watching day.
The Admiral doing her thing.
They were so near the shore we couldn't get to close.
They played thread-the-needle going around the point and inside San Juan Rock.
Serenity NOW is a 2000 Catalina 36 MK-II designed for coastal cruising. She's birthed in Dana Point, CA and since 2003 has made 115 passages to Catalina Island, overnight visits to the islands of Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, Anacapa, Isla de Cedros off Baja and has explored the coast from Santa Barbara to the East Cape of Baja Sur, Mexico. She has weighed anchor in excess of 250 times. We've put thousands of miles under her keel. She's an ocean-going mobile home and we love her!