"Good Morning, it has to be easier to study in Puerto Vallarta vs Canada. Great weather and some fine tequila. Love that older boat you and a friend are standing by. Do you sail that one? Happy Holidays,
I really enjoy boating, fishing and golf. My wife and I really enjoy chartering in the BVI's and are planning a trip to St. Martin in April. We've always been power boaters but we are really considering a sailboat.
Thanks for the nice words about my books. I wish I knew more writers who write about boats and the sea. I know of Sam Llewellyn, Paul Garrison, Linda Greenlaw, Justin Scott (Shipkiller).... I think that's about it. Maybe I'd include Randy Wayne White (the early ones) on that list.
I'm working on the new book. More sailing than ever.
Boy, I wish Circe were mine. She is a beautiful boat. No, she belongs to a fellow I met in the Abacos last summer. She is a Bristol. I don't remember the exact length - either a 40 or a 42. Her owner sails her singlehanded and I loved the story about him putting up his spinnaker alone while sailing out the Whale Cay Passage.
"Marina is in Coconut Grove, B43 is on a mooring at Dinner Key Mooring Field in Biscayne Bay. I apologize for the confusion..
Coconut Grove is one of the communities of Miami.
Those Lifelines are the best, in my humble opiniion. They could last 10…"
Tired of keeping two sets of days, I soul searched and logically concluded that I began solo sailing the day I left the dock on DuPont Island. That was January 15, 2014, fifty days ago. To commemorate the occasion I changed the fuel filter.All by myself, after hearing many renditions of how it is to be done, what tools I would need and one echoing reminder. "Mechanical work is not rocket science. It is about turning nuts and bolts, and being smarter than them." I organized the specially…See More