Month: February 2017

Shining Her Up

February 24, 2017  Hours spent building to date:  3,456 Last week my friend Ray remarked, “Pretty soon you are going to run out of jobs to do.”  Tardis is a boat, so I will never run out of jobs to do, but scheduling is getting harder in these final months.  I should have been working

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Bow Thruster Install Done

February 14, 2017  Hours spent building to date:  3,406 February is a cruel month in New England.  We always get a few 50 degree days early on (60 degrees this year) then get slammed.  So between a blizzard, a regular snowstorm and a weather-delayed trip to New York, it has been hard to keep up a

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Giant Holes in Boat!

February 5, 2017  Hours spent building to date:  3,369 Spent most of the week cutting big holes in the bow of the boat for installation of a Vetus 25 bow thruster.  Bow thrusters were pretty much confined to luxury yachts when I started sailing, but new technology has made them accessible to almost any cruiser.

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