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""live aboard sailing: the Reality" is the first part to this vid on You Tube- it helps dispel the odd idea that we boaters lay around on beaches and drink cocktails all day (or that most of us are rich and spoiled) NOT!!! we work REALLY…"
Singlehanded cruiser/liveaboard s/v Angel. Work onboard the vessel to earn a living (I'm not retired or rich!) Am an ABYC cert. Marine Electrical Tech. & mechanic. Will also do commercial artwork & writing for magazines, mostly boating themed. A newbie author, my nonfiction sailing adventure book can be found on my website (links to Amazon)
Mexico, to Panama, Caribbean, Great Lakes, Bahamas, Gulf coast areas - sticks to warm & tropical with lots of sightseeing and nature.
Continue providing mobile marine repair service to the community...
and finish second nonfiction book (for fun- not to get rich!)
Below are a few photos from cruising over the years. My Bayfield, Angel, is shown below (the yellow boat).
Hi Rebecca, I came for another visit to your page,,,,,your art is wonderful, and want to invite you to post it on the GROUP ARTWORK OF BOATS AND RELATED...it may be another outlet for sales.
I also sell on ebay, do you.?
"Even though I owned an 1980 O'Day 30, I can't answer that question. However, a builder that screws in hand rails on a 30 foot cruiser would be asking for liability claims. I don't believe O'Day would have done…"
My Oday is an '84 Oday 30. It does have one or two white caps on the cabin overhead, but it also has an interior handrail that is mounted on black rubber blocks. I removed a bung from one of the interior handrails and…"
It depends. What model O'Day are we speaking about? Who put the rails on in the first place? Are there white caps about 3/4 of an inch on the cabin overhead under where the handrails are? If yes, the rails are…"
I'm going to attempt to reseal my handrails on our 84' Oday 30. I noticed there are screw holes (teak plugs) both on the topside and down in the salon. Does anyone know if both screws need to be removed to reseal or just the topside screw?See More
Just before my starting battery (six years old) went dead when I was at anchor (that was another story) I was having erratic readings or better saying - the lcd was very difficult to read even during the night. When the new battery was mounted,…"