"This EasyCilmb device is really a great little addition to any boat. I made one and it works as advertised.
using your legs takes the stress out of climbing the mast. It takes only a few seconds to ascend to the very top of your mast. it's so…"
"Hey guys, Before you go out and spend a few hundred dollars and more on a mast climber, Check out the "EasyClimb" I saw a video on YouTube that explains how to make one and I did it. I made my EasyClimb for about 30…"
I've been a water bug most of my life, Certified Scuba Diver, life guard when I was younger, Rowed crew in collage, Sailed various small boats, But now I have a 82 O'day 25...My first big boat, and my first ocean sailing experience. I love it.
New Bedford, MA
Currently Sailing weekends on Buzzards Bay.
I'm looking to sail more, learn more, and have fun.....
Just a thought here. I'm a firm believer in safety in numbers. I'm going to anchor in Point Judith Harbor of Refuge that Thursday night and make the run to Greenport in the morning. You're going to go right by me. Do you know what day or time? Perhaps we could meet up and make the run together. I also have a 25 so our speed should be pretty close.
If not ... see you all there.
Just checking in to see if you're still interested in coming to the O'day rOnDAYvous in Greenport this July. I hope so! For what it's worth, I make it out to be roughly 80 miles from New Bedford to Greenport -- a two-day hop, if you plan it out carefully, and certainly shorter than the distance I and others will travel from points west. In any case, why not send me your email address (to pooby_99 at yahoo dot com) so I can add you to the mailing list for our monthly e-newsletter. Hope to see you in July. Till then, have a good sailing season.
Quick question: How far would you be willing or able to sail your O-25 for an owners' rOnDAYvous? I ask because this year the big get-together is likely to be taking place somewhere out in your neck o' the woods (more or less). Among the destinations under consideration are the New London/Mystic area, the North Fork of Long Island or Shelter Island. Any one of those would probably be closer to you than to me, so why not consider making the trip (once we decide on where)?
"We use a product called TeakGuard from AllGuard on all of the teak on our B40.
It's water based. Goes not easy. 3 coats at the beginning of the season and we're done.
It was an adventurous, albeit cultural experience as my friend Linda Rincones and I drove from Punta Cana to Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic. Initially we traveled west toward Boca Chico where we approached our first fork in the road. Confidentially we chose the wrong prong. After a ten kilometer cruise we took a gander through a neighborhood which luckily led us back to the correct prong. A few hours later we approached three more forks. We took each one in stride appreciating our…See More
Hola,Who was the first to coin the phrase, "It's not the place, it's the people?" i don't know. maybe someone will take the time to research the author. not me, not today, Afterall i am surrounded by a wonderful family of brothers, their wives and my best friend while embracing this province.See More
"Hi Gary, honestly I haven't tried purchasing it since I bought my 2 quarts. I'm only half way into the first quart after 2 years. Of course I store it properly (or so I think) so I'm hoping to have enough for another 3-4…"