Hi from the McCubbins  

Last update  26 March 2017

Copy of slides on Svalbard presented at OCC meeting in Noank, CT on
7th February 15

Click here to see where Milvina is while we are sailing.  (This link active till about the end of September  2015)
You will open a map.  Often you have to click on the map to zoom in or out to see well

This  map works fairly well on a slow Internet connection, but is ineffective if we have not been on board for ten days or more..

You can often find us on www.MarineTraffic.com, by searching for Milvina in the Vessel Name box (after 1st May 2015)

Click here to see Milvina's track for past few years.  This link works year round, and  is best with a browser OTHER THAN Internet Explorer version 10
You can zoom in on this map as it is loading.  Keep the red dots roughly in the centre
Click on  "Show log entries" at the bottom of the map to see notes on what we were  doing in each location.
Hover your mouse over a red dot for a short note on the status on board.

Click the "SATELLITE"  tab  above either  map to see us on Google Earth

                          This site is primarily for family use,  but includes some information on McCubbin Consultants.

Principal current news is that Michael married Claire Stockdill in Victoria in June 2016.  Also, our lakefront house in Quebec is for sale at www.FishersPoint.ca

                                                  Click here for this year's photos.

2016 was been good to us, with Michael further developing his law office in Vancouver, Derek settled into teaching in Calgary, and the old folks being fully retired from paid work, while still enjoying mixing volunteer work, and a lot of skiing and sailing.   All five of us  met in Barbados for Christmas 2016

We made a 5 week trip West in the Winter again , mostly to ski Whistler, but also to see friends.

This  update covers activities from Scotland to the Caribbean in 2016                                                      (double click to see full size)

Photo on right shows how warm it was when we left Scotland.   Several years sailing logs here.