"In the 1950s," she says, "the S.S.C.A. traded workload between two locations, San Diego and Wilmington, California, where I prepared my boat to cruise and shared the work with other commodores to keep the S.S.C.A. growing strong. In December 1959, Bojac headed out with our red burgee flying proudly. Many commodores greeted us in San Diego, and then we sailed south on our adventure! We sailed along the Mexican coast, down Central America to Panama, and then to the Galápagos Islands, where we spent five glorious months. Sadly, plans for the Marquesas didn't happen, as the skipper changed course for medical school."