Log Abroad: Morgan Wilson, Sr.Visiting The Valley Isle Morgan L. Wilson, Sr., took a copy of The Log on a fishing trip to Maui. Pictured is Morgan, Jr., and Chris from Costa Mesa, joined by Uncle John and Aunt Ellen from Annapolis, Maryland. The group set out from Lahaina on the Hinatea. They caught one Ono and two Mahi Mahi. Spring break travelsFred and Nancy Marx of San Diego took The Log with them on their spring break scuba diving trip to Cozumel, Mexico. They shared The Log with their new dive friends and locals. The photo was taken in front of the ferry terminal looking south towards the very busy cruise ship terminal. Cozumel is known in the scuba diving industry and among divers as one of the best diving locations in the world due to schools of fish, reefs and coral formations. Cozumel is part of the Meso-American reef system, which spans about 175 miles and is the second largest barrier reef system in the world. The majority of dive sites are located within the Cozumel Reefs National Park on the 30-mile-long island. Log Abroad: Harry Eth and Cynthia FischerVisiting the Southwest Harry Eth and Cynthia Fischer of Phoenix, Arizona, pose with their copy of The Log at the Lake Havasu Boat Show. Currently in its 24th year, the annual Lake Havasu Boat Show is the largest boat show in Arizona and Nevada. Both new and used boats are featured at the show, along with more than 115 exhibitors, marine accessories and fishing boats. Western Europe TravelsAaron Reich, Capt. of the San Diego based M/V Nauti Aquaholic, picked up a copy of The Log at his homeport in San Diego and brought it with him on a whirlwind trip of Dubai, Turkey and Greece. During his travels, Reich visited the ancient Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, where he paused for a photo opportunity with The Log at the main gate.Boat BrowsingPete Scott and JT took The Log with them as they perused the aisles of boats at the Miami International Boat Show. This years show was held at the Miami Convention Center but will reside at a new location in 2016. The show will continue to run through Presidents Day weekend but will be held at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin. Pete wrote to The Log, We live on our boats in Ventura. We cruise the Channel Islands, and Catalina Island. JT works at the Ventura Harbor Boatyard as a mechanic. Pete is retired from Wonder Bread, as a mechanic.Happiest Place on EarthThe Happiest Place on Earth Ann Wiberg poses with a copy of The Log during a trip to Disney World Florida. Scott and Ann Wiberg made the trip in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. We take The Log with us to keep up on the happenings in the San Diego area, Scott Wiberg said. The sprawling theme park, which was founded in 1971, houses four theme parks, two water parks and four golf courses. Visitors to the park can spend days exploring the park located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.Exploring AustraliaKeith and Arlene Beckwith from Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard took a 17 hour flight to Sydney and then caught an 11-night cruise ship to take this picture in Cairns, Australia at the Great Barrier Reef. We took this picture just before going on a 1 hour boat ride out to the Great Barrier Reef to snorkel and go out on a glass bottom boat, Keith Beckwith wrote to The Log. The reef was amazingthe flight long!The Baths, Virgin Gorda, BVIThe Baths, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands -- Dea Allen is a certified Beneteau sales professional with the San Diego office of South Coast Yachts. She recently traveled to the British Virgin Islands with other Beneteau salespeople on the annual Beneteau Top Gun trip -- and she took along a copy of The Log. This photo was taken at The Baths, a unique formation of huge rocks that extends from one side of the island to the other and is a popular place to visit in the BVIs, Allen reported.