This part will mainly be photos to add to your knowledge of the race.
After a great time in Seattle, we had an amazing sendoff. Ruby helped me get all my gear back on the boat, Navy band played us going to boats, and Nancy came down and waved us off.
After 20 days and 4,208 miles from the Le Mans start off Seattle, the Clipper fleet has finished the Race 10 Seattle-Panama leg of their round-the-world sail and are now headed to the Panama canal after a quick stop in Cost Rica to refuel.
After making it through the canal, the fleet embarks on Race 11 to New York on 30 May.
Here’s a note from Linda just after the finish, a few hundred miles west of Costa Rica: Continue reading
Linda is a hundred miles off the coast of California, headed south to Panama, but her thoughts today are with TEAMability, one of her favorite non-profits. Today, TEAMability is participating in The Big Give S.A., 24-hours of online giving.