We have standard port lights but not sure what you see near the aft cabin. Could it be the flash of red? That is a red plastic gas container for the fishing/crabbing/shrimping machine that is also our tender, "Rubber Ducky." My co-captain tolerates my vices. I am one lucky guy!
The superstructure in this photo is a bit of an illusion. The photo was taken at the dock in Fossil Bay, Sucia Island. The piling, behind our boat, had some signage on it. The piling and the signage lined up with our mast, giving it an incredibly aggressive stance. Nevertheless, I like the photo. Taken by a good Vancouver friend who is also a professor at Columbia University and a great photographer. He caught the morning light on our boat, just right, I think.
Don and Debbie Leu
Change of Latitude
42 CL - 2005 - #1549