We are told by Clipper that our first race destination for Leg 6 will be sorted out by the time we return here. Current options are Qingdao China, South Korea, or Yokohama Japan. It all depends on the ever evolving coronavirus outbreak. Clipper HQ just wants to get all yachts raced to Seattle safely on the original arrival schedule there allowing the fleet to get back to the planned routes and timetables for Legs 7 and 8 which get us around North America and then back across the Atlantic to the UK and final London race destination.In the meantime please enjoy these photos I captured here in the Philippines.
The boys insisted on interrupting sail repair for some golfing so it was off to the links!
The boys golfed with their beautiful caddy’s while Michelle, Sue and I just sat on the veranda having a lovely lunch. We all ordered nachos. Sadly no picture to show for that.Subic Bay beach panorama.
A random encounter while I was on a walkabout to the beach.
I am always on the hunt for a cruising sailboat. What is not to like about this beautiful Hans Christian 41 footer docked in the marina here? I still prefer the smaller and simpler Bristol Channel Cutter, a 28 footer, which I am sure can sail circles around this big heavy cruiser.
Bristol Channel Cutter, my current dream boat. None here in Subic Bay however.