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Jim Ashworth
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  • Dunellen, NJ
  • United States
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Jim Ashworth is now friends with RON LEPIANKA and Amelia Herbert
Jul 29, 2013
Jim Ashworth commented on SeaKnots's group O'Day Corner
"Ron, Welcome to the group.  You will enjoy sailing. Now is the time to be sailing not rehabbing or updating. We leave a clipboard in the cabin and all season long we make notes of things that need to be changed or fixed so when I pull her out…"
Jul 25, 2013
Jim Ashworth's blog post was featured

Anew sailing year

Another year has passed. We were one of the lucky ones who took their boat away from the shore the Saturday before sandy hit. We brought her home to sit the winter out in the back yard. I hope we get some nice weather so I can get some work done on her before the season comes. I will keep everyone posted as we progress.
Mar 23, 2013
Jim Ashworth posted a blog post

Anew sailing year

Another year has passed. We were one of the lucky ones who took their boat away from the shore the Saturday before sandy hit. We brought her home to sit the winter out in the back yard. I hope we get some nice weather so I can get some work done on her before the season comes. I will keep everyone posted as we progress.
Feb 17, 2013
Jim Ashworth posted a video

Keyport Harbor setting mooring balls

A short clip of Keyport Harbor and the preparation of laying out the mooring balls.
Apr 24, 2012
Jim Ashworth posted a video
I sit down along the bay thinking about the coming season and how much we really enjoy ourselves on our boat sitting out on the water. This short video is the Keyport mooring field which is usually full of sailboats. There is nothing, not even a boat in site. Sure it is depressing now, but in a couple of months, it will be a different story. After the season gets going, this area will be full of sailboats. All of us with that million dollar view. The video ends on the Keyort Yacht Club dock.

Keyport Harbor March 3, 2012

I sit down along the bay thinking about the coming season and how much we really enjoy ourselves on our boat sitting out on the water. This short video is th...
Mar 5, 2012
Jim Ashworth replied to Jim Ashworth's discussion Finding treasure in the group Everything Pirates
"This past summer I continued the search.  I was finally able to find the small island off Treasure Lake which is not an island any longer.  There is an area that on an extremely low tide may become an island.  We call this a sand bar…"
Dec 19, 2011
Jim Ashworth replied to Andrea's discussion How did you name your boat?
"We named our boat Lil Provo.  We have traveled the Caribbean for years trying to find that perfect little island.  Our favorite place is Grace Bay on Providenciales.  On the island they refer to it as Provo.  Providenciales is…"
Oct 28, 2011
Jim Ashworth posted a status
"The season is done for me. Boat coming home this weekend."
Oct 12, 2011
Jim Ashworth posted a status
"August 28, 2011 we were hit by hurricane Irene. Our home and business were both flooded. Lil Provo made it through without a hitch."
Sep 6, 2011
Jim Ashworth commented on SeaKnots's group O'Day Corner
"We have a '78 22' with shoal keel.  So it sounds like the deck to you as well.  I guess I'll have to try to find someone that can go below with a wrench, while I unscrew things from above. Thank you."
Aug 11, 2011
Jim Ashworth commented on SeaKnots's group O'Day Corner
"Oday Owners Help- While sailing I have been having some water end up on the cabin sole.  I open the inspection opening to the bilge and it has minimal water.  What would cause water to come in while sailing and high enough to only make it…"
Aug 11, 2011
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Jul 21, 2011
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Jul 18, 2011
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Jun 20, 2011
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Jun 13, 2011

Profile Information

Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Keyport
About Me:
Enjoy sailing as much as possible. Much singlehanded, but do enjoy company. I scuba dive often and am a rescue diver. Visit me at www.ashworthdive.com. Visit my Blog at http://lilprovo.blogspot.com/.
Current location:
Keyport Harbor, Raritan Bay, NJ
Destinations visited:
NYC, Liberty Island, South & North Shore of Long Island, Jersey Shore
Looking to:
Cruise the Caribbean

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Anew sailing year

Posted on February 17, 2013 at 7:55am 0 Comments

Another year has passed. We were one of the lucky ones who took their boat away from the shore the Saturday before sandy hit. We brought her home to sit the winter out in the back yard. I hope we get some nice weather so I can get some work done on her before the season comes. I will keep everyone posted as we progress.

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At 12:44am on January 18, 2011, Al Voisine gave Jim Ashworth a gift
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One day I'll figure this gift stuff out!
At 12:46pm on January 14, 2011, zeehag said…

nice fishie!!!!!! welcome to sk and  fishing from sailboats---freshest dinner on the seas..LOL

 tell  me how YOU  do yours.. lures and all...do you troll and bottom fish??   i did in gulf-- was a kick---  have to get   geqar frothis trip i have coming up  sailing south along mex and central american coast to canal and  thru--   planA....lol....

At 9:25am on December 14, 2010, Carien du Plooy said…

Hi!  Thanks for the friend invite.  Seems that NJ has quite a few sailors.  I'm currently still living in London, UK, but hopefully (fingers crossed) I'll be in the States (Jersey City) for good by the end of summer 2011.  Have you got any nice plans for Xmas?

 
 
 

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