Dog Aboard Roundup
The Log’s content editor could not contain all the canine cuteness she has received and had to devote an entire page of Dog Aboard submissions to share with readers.
Fit for a King
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Holly and Ben, love to be out on the water. With the wind blowing their long furry ears, they must be thinking this is better than a car ride. These two cavaliers are truly happy on a boat.
Chubby relaxes during cocktail hour while cruising the bay in Newport Beach following a paddleboard ride. Chubby, a 7-year-old Labrador Retriever, enjoys being on a boat and paddleboard.
Tommy (a Jack Russell, Corgi and Terrier mix) is seen here at 18 months cruising in a Novurania around Newport Harbor. Tommy was rescued off the streets of downtown Los Angles and adopted by the Suddarth family in Newport Beach. He is now captain of his own vessel and keeps a keen eye out for other boaters.
Lakotah the Lab
Lakotah loves being aboard the 1986 Hunter 34 and sailing in Chula Vista. She is a 1-year-old chocolate lab in the California Yacht Marina.
Tom Smith submitted this photo saying “it’s a dog day afternoon.” This little skipper seems to be thinking if the hat fits, the Yorkie will wear it.
Tessa got her sea legs very early on and loves being on the water. Tessa is seen here with her owner, Debi Rock, taking a turn on the bay in the dinghy. Tessa accompanies Rock on a six week trip to Catalina Island yearly aboard Just In Time, a 42-foot Nordic Tug.
Chestnut enjoys living aboard with daily walks on the beach and rides on a sailboat, kayak or paddleboard. She barks at sea lions, dolphins, whales and herons. Chestnut is loving the life, living at sea.
Dug sitting proud aboard Primo, the family’s Mainship 30 in Newport Harbor. Dug is a 5-year-old Parson Russell Terrier mix.
Tamara Krimstock of South Coast Yachts submitted this image of her dog, Carter, and his buddies (Bodie, Wesley and Mila) aboard a 38-foot 1985 Islander Freeport. This photo was taken over the Memorial Day Weekend as the men and women who lost their lives in service and defense of our country were remembered and honored, said Krimstock.