Decent conditions were bestowed on a few lucky sailors at Tourmaline yesterday the 6th of March. Winds while everyone was rigging was upwards of 20mph due to a nice Santa Ana breeze coming around Mount Soledad and compressing itself as it came around the point and got sucked into Mission Bay. Conditions by the time everyone hit the water were around 13-16mph with waves that were 2-3ft in size and relatively soft in shape. Luckily enough Chuck Mo. was there to document our experience so big thanks for taking his time to take the video and edit it all together!!
Featured Sailors in order of appearance: Andrew C (Ezzy Purple, Blue, wearing helmet), Chuck Ma. (Solid Blue Maui Sails Superfreak), and Dan S (Ezzy Blue and Black with 2 pieces of duct tape on the top)
Also another video taken and … Read More »
Although San Diego has shut down for the season for most sailors, there have been a few moments of bliss to be had at our local wave spot Tourmaline. A few Santa Ana days have lit up an otherwise quiet and uneventful fall and for those who were there on those days we have had some decent surf and marginal++ winds. Here are a few pictures and a video of the Tourmo crew doing there thing. I do apologize for the picture quality, they were all shot with my phone with only digital zoom which sorta trashed the quality.