Wednesday, April 18, 2012

A new chapter

Finally, my new boat.

Arctic Rose - a Fisher 37.

Arctic Rose

The deal was done on Friday.

16 comments:

  1. Congratulations, She looks a beauty Tim and hopefully a lot less work and more time for sailing. Will you be living aboard? Cheers, Rhianna

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  2. Anonymous12:01 PM

    Nice,it's what I would have purchased if I was in the market for a boat,happy sailing.Tony in St.Anthony

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  3. I love Fishers, best of both motor and sail. She looks great x

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  4. Great News! Good this positive turn :)
    It was sad to hear that the Lady Jane adevnture came to such an abrupt end. But all is looking positive again :)

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  5. Wow, she's a bit of a change! Congratulations!

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  6. Anonymous10:53 PM

    7.4 knts with genoa and mizzen plus 1.5knts of tide is not at all bad. dying to get the main and staysail up!! but you will have to find a home for all that lose gear.

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  7. wow Love it Tim, Just my kind of boat. Hope to see back on blog with regular updates.

    Congratulations on a great choice.

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  8. Congratulations! She is very beautiful. Looking forward to your future post on your journey with your new boat. Are you planning to circumnavigate the world?

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  9. Hi Tony

    She is a beauty!

    Regards

    Tim

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  10. Hi rik

    Sad?

    If I had not drawn a line and walked away I would still be slaving away rather than out and about having fun!

    Regards

    Tim

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  11. Hi Melissa

    Thanks.

    The change is unbelievable.

    Regards

    Tim

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  12. Hi John

    We have many, many miles to go yet!

    Regards

    Tim

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  13. Hi John

    I've got into the habit of not posting, so it's going to take a while to get back into the swing of things.

    Regards

    Tim

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  14. Hi Pedal Boat

    Contemplating a circumnavigation is a little optimistic at the moment.

    I've some serious learning to do before thinking big.

    Regards

    Tim

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