A day in the life (Continued)

We have a number of tasks that we handled ourselves.  The immediate focus was replacing one of our Furuno RD30 units.  We have a number of these units and they are usually bullet proof.  We have one unit on the fly-bridge, one in the owners cabin and several in the pilot house.  They are tied [...]

By |March 29th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on A day in the life (Continued)

A day in the life at our Marina

Skipping ahead for now, we spent this past weekend catching up on a list of items that need attention after the long re-positioning trip from San Diego.   Some of the items require expert help, other items just require basic (read -entry level) mechanical and electrical skills. One item required someone skilled in stainless steel welding. [...]

By |March 24th, 2016|Uncategorized|1 Comment

We hit something. . . HARD (Or those guys at ABT are Terrific!)

After a few repairs in Cabo (and more than a few beers), and after the pacific settled down once Hurricane Patricia made a hard right turn into Mexico the crew continued their track south. Plan was to head down to Puerto Chiapas and check out of Mexico, then continue down to Costa Rica and camp [...]

By |March 8th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on We hit something. . . HARD (Or those guys at ABT are Terrific!)

The Cabo Experience

So the crew and LFB are safely into San Jose del Cabo Marina.  As our Nordhavn friend had predicted, they always have room in that Marina. The Marina was very well done, great slips and great support. With a tropical storm brewing along the south pacific coast it looked like the team was going to [...]

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