After two really good meetings…and a couple of chocolate chip cookies, we headed down hill toward the bay. I’d hoped to get one good overall shot that featured the bay and Point Loma to its tip, instead, unable to find the right angle, we kept on down to the water.
We rejoined the Maritime Museum. Our membership wasn’t quite out of date, but they had begun sending us reminders. Heading south, we found yachts instead of the Point.
First we caught a stern view of the Abramovich yacht Luna. The Luna was designed as an expedition ship, and one of her last ports of call was in Alaska. Moving down the bay we found the Oberon. Many of the off shore supply ships are now being designed with straight or outward curved bows. The Oberon was built in 2009, and she has been tied up in San Diego since June.
Finally behind layers of fencing, we found Dennis Washington’s Attessa IV.
What a delightful way to spend an hour or so in the sunshine.
- Keeping those on the east coast in my thoughts.