The fishing village at Isla Isabella. We have been told that the fishermen stay out for about a month
Jumping crabs they jumped about 2feet across rocks
Blue footed bobbies
The anchorage on the east side of the island
No matter where we went on the island there were tons of birds. With this many birds I think the old saying of having a bird lay some dropping on you is incorrect. We think not being hit by any droppings was very lucky.
SV Dolphin Tales is a Beneteau 361. We have added lots of equipment to ready the boat for offshore sailing. Solent stay, SSB/Ham Radio, Updated Electronics(radar, navigation, AIS, etc),Solar Panels, Watermaker. Liferaft, Epirb, Hydrovane, etc etc. She is crewed by Canadian prairie stubble jumpers.
Dolphin Tales has completed voyages to many parts of the BC Coast and circumnavigated Vancouver Island and is now ready to broaden her horizons.