Voyages

Here is just a small sampling of some of the voyages that have been completed or are currently underway in
Southern Cross Yachts. Do you have more to add? Send them to the newsletter editors and we will be sure to
update this list.
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Circumnavigation

SC35-008 Bunyip 1984-1988
SC31 - Pat Henry 1987-1997 First American woman to circumnavigate the globe
SC35 - Pat and Collen DeGroodt (199-2003)
SC31-148 Apogee Janet Murphy and George Smith (1986-2003)
SC28-65 Inspired Insanity - Donna Lange (2005-2007) Fastest American Woman Solo
SC39 Navstar Marvin Creamer - No ins
SC31 Jim and Barb McConn Spanish Stroll (2005-2009)

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SC31-148 Apogee: Cruising 17 Years - 2 Transatlantic, Transpacific, Indian Ocean, Red Sea, Completed n the
Med - Janet and George aboard Apogee
SC31 Pat Henry; First woman to circumnavigate the globe - 1997 (10 Years )
SC39 NAVSTAR - Marvin Creamer circumnavigates the Atlantic without instruments - Chart of voyage
SC31-085 Doug Peck in Gooney Bird: Following Columbus's Wake - 87 day non-stop double transatlantic - 1988
SC31-040 Jack Hunt Crystal Catfish III: Two (2) - OSTAR (Observer Single Handed Transatlantic Race) - (one
race 44 days), Bermuda 1-2 Races




Transpacific/ Transatlantic and others

SC31-005 Renaissance - East coast to South Pacific, Single hand from San Francisco to New England - Clyde
Lovett

SC39 - Ivy - Transatlantic

SC39 - Querida Grande Transatlantic - Cruising the Med

SC35-011 Cruxhaven; Montreal - Atlantic Canada, Nova Scotia, New England

SC35-013; Simmer, Chesapeake to Bermuda; Pat DeGroodt

SC35-015; Synergy; Pacific Circle; Sharon Jacobs & David Cohan

SC31-040 Crystal Catfish III - Jack Hunt - OSTAR

SC31-085 Justice: Don Sufcliffe

SC31-028 Susana IV New England to Tahiti

SC31-093 Freidalev Tx-Belize -VI

SC31-001 Nina del Mar - Roger Scott; Greenland, Azores



Bermuda

SC31-001 Nina del Mar

SC31-006 Liberty ; 4 Bermuda 1-2 Races; Charlie Carpenter

SC31-032 Trinka Bella II - Chesapeake - Bahamas

SC28-016

SC31-063 Kent Richardson: 360 Roll in the Gulf Stream

SC31-047 Phoebe Alice; New York-Bermuda - Virgin Islands, South America (currently cruising in the Virgins)
Beth Agnello & Ron Gregoire

SC31-107 Moon Cusser, Newport-Bermuda; Newfoundland, Cape Breton, St. John River New Brunswick

SC31-110 Maikai; Several New England to Virgin Island Voyages; Stein
Holtbakk

SC35-011 Cruxhaven; Montreal - Atlantic Canada, Nova Scotia, New England

SC35-013; Simmer, Chesapeake to Bermuda; Pat DeGroodt

SC28-016 Stu Heywood, 3 Trips to Bermuda and a Bermuda 1-2 Race

SC31-093 Scott Howard to Bermuda

SC31-032 Trinka Bella II - Chesapeake - Bahamas

SC31-124 Lyra - 3 Chesapeake to Bermuda; Cheseapeake to Bahamas

SC28- Nellie Capt. Jeff Troeltzsch Florida to Belize



Bahamas and other Voyages


SC31-002
SC31-004 Sonnet; Thorndikes
SC31-074 Gaudiator; Erringtons
SC31-124 Lyra
SC31-128 Sea Fever Bahamas - Live Aboard
SC31-099 Secert Roads; DiCesare
SC31 Truant
SC31-094 GWYNPENNON - Traveled the ICW in 1995
spent a year in Hilton Head and in 1996 sailed to the Bahamas spending the winter and spring
in GeorgeTown Exumas and the Abacos returning home in August of 1997.

SC31-148 Apogee: Cruising 17 Years - 2 Transatlantic, Transpacific, Indian Ocean, Red Sea, Completed n the
Med - Janet and George aboard Apogee


SC31-085 Doug Peck in Gooney Bird: Following Columbus's Wake - 87 day non-stop double transatlantic - 1988
SC31-040 Jack Hunt Crystal Catfish III: Two (2) - OSTAR (Observer Single Handed Transatlantic Race) - (one
race 44 days), Bermuda 1-2 Races

Marvin Creamer - Navstar
Marvin was a geologist and explorer who theroized how ancient mariners could navigate without instruments. In
1980 Marvin set sail to prove his theories about SC39 Navstar sailing transatlantic with no instruments.
Construction
All Southern Cross Yachts were built by former CE Ryder Corporation of Bristol Rhode Island
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