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“You’ve pushed it too far!” he yelled as he fired up the dinghy, in essence kicking us off the boat. “You don’t trust me! That’s it!”
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Last Friday saw the completion of Spaulding Marine Center’s 2021 summer camp season. And with the upcoming launch of the nonprofit’s Boatworks 101 apprenticeship program, the team thought it was a good opportunity to get volunteers and crew together to celebrate the success of the camp, progress on the Pelican fleet, and their upcoming marine…
The rest of the competitors in the 51st Transpac Race from Los Angeles to Honolulu have finished, but one boat was not so lucky.
After spending a month in Monterey conducting repairs, restocking, and reevaluating his journey, Jason is planning to set out again this week.