In this article I break down the refit I had done on S/V Counterpoint, my Bristol 45.5, including costs of that refit project by project.
Replacing sailboat tanks that live in the bilge, under the cabin sole, is a very big job. In this article I detail how I researched the job and chose the best boat yard to perform the work.
Videos of my first time pulling out of and back into my slip solo. Emphasizing singlehanded boat and line handling techniques.
This article details the process I went through purchasing a used boat, listed through a yacht broker and purchased through a buyer’s yacht broker. Purchasing a used boat is a lot more like buying a house than it is buying a car.
… having hand steered for most of the last 19 hours, exhausted TJ decided that I should have a list of my top ten sails. So now I do.
I wanted to record my thoughts about my first month living aboard while they’re fresh in my mind; if only to come back and chuckle at them later.
What I really want in a Bluewater boat is “a tank that sails well; that I can stand up in.” But there aren’t many tanks that sail well and I’m 6’4″ tall with shoes on. Full disclosure, I had two other above the fold requirements…
This video will demonstrate how I ensure I have necessary offline charts before a passage. The process itself is applicable to any chartplotter app but for this demonstration we use Navionics