With our water leak down to a few drops, I took out a crew of 5 (geoff, elsa, julia, brian and kathy) for a spectacular day of sailing. The wind was perfect, the crew was in good spirits and the sky a brilliant blue. We tacked our way out to the end of the Berkeley Pier and made our way to Angel Island. The wind was in the low 20's and we had a reefed jib up along with the main sail. We were trucking along at 6 knots under blue skies and no fog in sight. We stopped at Craig's Cove on Angel for a very nice lunch and swim into the beach with Kona. It was my first swim of the year in the bay. 64 degrees water temp. After lunch we headed up Raccoon Strait for a beautiful couple tacks. Everyone was digging the sights and the tunes. We zipped back to Emeryville and were back in the dock shortly after 6pm. What a great day with friends old and new!