September 20th Update

Both the day and evening cruises were a good ride. We still had some residual swells from the east but we were able to to run east and west and keep these on the bow and stern.   The wind was 10-12 from the West and Southwest all day so this continued to knock this swell down.

Today the forecast is for light winds 10 kts and variable.  The ride will be very good today.  The seas will be 2-feet.  The ride will be good for both cruises.

This looks like it will be a great weekend.  The winds are forecast at 5-10 kts from the Northeast all weekend.  This will make for perfect cruising weather and the seas will be 1-2 feet.

Vessel History:  Victory 1 was built in Jacksonville, Florida at the Bellinger Shipyard.  She was built as a Passenger Day Ferry for Circle Lines in New York City.  She did daytime tours and ferry service around Manhattan.  She was later converted to a Casino vessel and operated on the the Great Lakes into the 1980's.  Some of her previous names were  "Dayliner" ,"President Casino V"  "Majestic Star", "New Yorker", and "Surfside Princess".

Come sail with us,
Capt Tim

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