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Leaks, Leaks, and more Leaks

Started Sep 5, 2011 0 Replies

Tropical Storm Lee took two days to transit the gulf coast, and prior to that I thought I had found and repaired all my leaks. Well guess what 8-10 inches of reain will do, Leak, Leak and Leak. Boy…Continue

Hurricane Season and "mixed emotions"

Started this discussion. Last reply by LOLA Aug 24, 2011. 1 Reply

Hurricane season here on the Mississippi Gulf Coast always brings mixed emotions. Many on the coast lost houses and boats during hurricane "Katrina", and we have all been watching hurricane "Irene"…Continue

Be Careful who you do business with

Started this discussion. Last reply by ___/)ances With Sails May 8, 2010. 2 Replies

Well, this is a first for me, never before have I felt the need to let everyone know about a marine hardware company who will take advantage of you. Back in Jan. of this year I ordered some stainless…Continue

Replacing a Mast

Started Jan 18, 2010 0 Replies

Well, having my main mast replaced, excited about replacing the wood with Al. so far has been fairly painless....

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Gulf Coast
About Me:
Just another Sailor who loves sailing, as well as, being anchored in a quiet anchorage, early morning, hot cup of coffee, watching the sun rise over glassy waters.
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Gulf Coast, USA
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Meet fellow sailors with the same zeal for sailing. Someday start cruising, putting the world behind, more to follow..............

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Always a great day for a sail??

Posted on July 10, 2011 at 8:51am 0 Comments

Yesterday, the winds were blowing 11-15 but, what seemed different was the temperature of the wind was 90+ deg and you just couldn't cool off. That's when the new "mister" installed on the aft deck became a lifesaver. I had been fighting putting one in for years because I didn't think it was nautical enought, but hidden away under the cockpit storage area, it worked out great. I guess as we get older we start making some better decisions and but the way we keep the crew happy in the…

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maybe a little warmer than normal

Posted on June 29, 2011 at 8:57pm 1 Comment

On the gulf coast don't remember this much heat past several years, while on the water today the wind was just plain "hot", worried that it might effect our hurricane season

A Man's first boat

Posted on May 14, 2011 at 7:09pm 3 Comments

What a Great Day, today I saw my son's new boat, Carl Alberg South East-23, it's a fine vessel..can't wait to sail together..

Great Weekend for a Sail

Posted on April 16, 2011 at 9:11pm 1 Comment

What a great day for a sail, left harbor and had a "brisk" sail with winds 15-20 knots with gusts to 27+,

great day with my wife and daughter… Continue

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At 2:30pm on September 18, 2011, LOLA said…
Glad you liked the video..I watch it often.
At 8:04am on December 10, 2010, Kate O Donovan said…

Hi Kurt ..couldn't agree more with your comments ...Yes , Life is great! As Ratty famously quotes in The Wind in the Willows' ....'there is nothing, absolutely nothing half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats'. Take care

At 8:38pm on July 10, 2010, Terri said…
Laffing at your description of sailing with a "honking" 2kts, gusting to 4kts..hope you were harnessed and tethered! :-)
At 8:15pm on June 1, 2010, Joe Dougan said…
Hi Kurt, They are different. Lots of room and are fun to sail. High freeboard but like the boat.

Joe
At 6:11am on March 26, 2010, Frank Balcer said…
Boat,whats a boat?? We don't have these at Chevron.......................
At 8:29pm on January 24, 2010, Eddie Sillery said…
Hey Curt, I know the Gulf Coast has some great boating. I used to live in Destin as a teenager and I remember seeing all the sailboats there, but at that time I was more interested in the other "sights" that gains a teenage boys attention. ;) As soon as I finish up school I am hoping to get hired at either Eglin AF Base Hospital, Pensacola Naval Station Hospital, or U.of S. AL Hospital.

I am counting the months.... be glad when I am counting the days.
At 12:21pm on January 21, 2010, mike bowman said…
Hey Curt The Photo of you going through the ICW brings back tons of great memories. The road in the background was only 2 miles from my house I traveled it many times. I also traveled the ICW many times heading over to Pirates Coves and Orange Beach... Your boat is a beauty! I'll be down in Ocean Springs and Gulf Shores in Late Feb. Hope to see your beautiful boat cruise up and down the ICW! God Bless your travels!
 
 
 

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