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22 Feb 19
Iphigeneia

Bayliner Capri Starboard Right Side Front Windshield Window 27 x 31.75 x 32.5 x – Buy – Bayliner Capri Starboard Right Side Front Windshield Window 27 x 31.75 x 32.5 x

22 Feb 19
Iacchus

4022-828045A 1 Mercury Outboard Starboard Bottom Lower Cowl 135-200 Hp – Buy – 4022-828045A 1 Mercury Outboard Starboard Bottom Lower Cowl 135-200 Hp

22 Feb 19
U S Military History

February 22, 1943 – U-606 torpedoes and sinks the U.S. freighter Chattanooga City The Chattanooga City sailed from Liverpool, UK to New York, carrying 3,500 tons sand ballast, Robert C. Forbes Master, as part of Convoy ON-166. At 7:20 PM, W, East of St, John´s Newfoundland, while steaming at 9.5 knots, the U-606 (Dohler) fired […]

22 Feb 19
Sean O'Heron Yacht Broker @ Luke Brown Yachts

Currently Asking $ 1,998,000. The 1999 BROWARD 112’ MOTOR YACHT SWEET T is in fantastic condition and captain-maintained. She is a RAISED PILOT HOUSE with 4 staterooms plus separate aft crew quarters. SWEET T was repowered in 2007 with C-32 Cats, creating a very desirable platform. This 112’ MOTOR YACHT has also been set up […]

22 Feb 19
Sean O'Heron Yacht Broker @ Luke Brown Yachts

Asking $ 2,945,000. Sunseeker Yachts were designed by leading boat designer, Don Shead, and built in Dorset, England.  A performance boat that is both beautiful and practical, “#OMG” is powered by twin MTU 16V2000 diesel engines, with a top speed of 18 knots. Hydraulic stabilizers and bow thruster aid in cruising and maneuvering. A large […]

22 Feb 19
Sean O'Heron Yacht Broker @ Luke Brown Yachts

Currently Asking $ 2,499,000. Dimensions LOA: 108 ft 0 in Beam: 24 ft 0 in Minimum Draft: 5 ft 6 in Engines Engine 1: Engine Brand: MTU Year Built: 1998 Engine Model: 8V396TE94 Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Location: Port Drive Type: Direct Drive Engine Power: 1525 HP Engine 2: Engine Brand: MTU Year […]

22 Feb 19
Boat Parts

Indamar Boat Exhaust Manifold – 100hrs On it – Starboard Side of Engine – 2007 M – Buy – Indamar Boat Exhaust Manifold – 100hrs On it – Starboard Side of Engine – 2007 M

22 Feb 19
Planes, Boats and Bicycles

OK, it’s official! Our home for the last 4 years is for sale, so we can head on to the next adventure. Who wants to continue our cruising adventures in Puerto Rico, the US Virgins Islands and the British Virgin Islands? The boat is in the water at Puerto del Rey Marina, Fajardo, Puerto Rico […]

22 Feb 19
Roy's Grand Voyages

Most of the plaques in the staircase are very specific but not all. The one for our next port, Santos, is totally generic, mentioning neither the ship name nor the date of the maiden call, but the Elegant Explorer’s final visit there is February 22, 2019. The second sea day after Buenos Aires started out […]

22 Feb 19
Isle of Dogs Life

In last week’s post about Millwall Dock, I mentioned that in the early 1950s, the Cutty Sark was bought into the Millwall dry dock for an inspection and repairs. Cutty Sark is now a major landmark in Greenwich where she has sat serenely for over 60 years. But in the 1950s, her future was not […]

22 Feb 19
Life, The Universe, and Everything

Dateline: Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos – Actually, that’s not quite true.  We left Grand Turk about four o’clock this afternoon after a lovely day of sunshine and sand and the Nieuw Amsterdam is bound for Puerto Rico and somewhere with the Atlantic off her port bow and the Gulf of Mexico off her starboard.  […]

22 Feb 19
Backwater Bay Racing

Stormy to clearing sim sailing weather and another great spectator turnout featured during this weeks Backwater Bay Yacht Club Open Regatta. The regions in Bingo Strait were up to finicky business as the two DNFs (Did Not Finish) on the day, during the small boat portion of the regatta, were the cause of repeated border […]

22 Feb 19
Sailing on Lone Star

We’ve spent two months in the Bahamas so far. Still amazed at the view of the blue ocean and aqua green Bahama Banks, the warm temperatures, the fun and helpful cruising community here, and the Bahamian style foods like jerk chicken and baked macaroni- yum! However, the mail back home was stacking up and we […]

22 Feb 19
Clyde River and Firth

The twin-screw motor vessel Win was built on the Thames by Messrs A. W. Robertson & Co. in 1905. She was just 65 feet long and 14 feet in the beam, 43 tons, and was powered by two 4-cylinder paraffin motors. In 1907, Messrs MacBrayne acquired the little craft and renamed her Comet. For the […]

21 Feb 19
Santa Cruz Paddlefest

This year at the Santa Cruz Paddlefest we are choosing to make the event climate positive. People love to travel to our event from all over the world but unfortunately that creates C02 that ends up into our precious atmosphere. We have teamed up with the great folks at Starboard to plant 47 mangrove trees […]

21 Feb 19
Jane's Walk Philly

Fishtown streets – past to presentMay 6, 2018 Story by walk leader Venice Whitacker / Photos by Andrew Fearon and Kim Silvasy-Neale Our call and response was what would Jane say? She would say… The photo above with a front loading garages has been coined the soulless street. As we walked north, I asked what […]