The second FPB 64, Sarah Sarah, is resting quietly in Neah Bay, Washington, having made landfall at 21:34 UTC.
Her average speed for the ten and a quarter day passage up from Hawaii was 9.93 knots, a speed length ratio of 1.25.
At the end of a well made passage like this there is always a sense of accomplishment.
And with a new boat, Sarah Sarah has just been in the water 100 days, there will be a punch list.
A touch of thruster, kick the stern over with the prop, line up with the dock,
and hand across dock lines to waiting family and friends.
Kudos to Skipper Bill Henry and his crew for a passage well made.
We will have more details shortly.