We are underway to
To top things off, Neil Rabinowitz, the famous yacht photographer did a full day interior shoot on the Wednesday before the show started and then we left the show early (4pm) and he did a helicopter shoot of the boat underway. When I say he did a full day on the interior, that is an understatement. Neal boarded the boat at 7AM and was finished at 10:15PM that night. He is very meticulous, but is the best and the results will show that. I will post some of the pics here when we receive them.
With all of that activity and then the last minute stuff, I haven’t had much sleep in the past week. We got underway at 6AM this morning and by 8, I was ready for a nap. I told the crew (
Conditions are pretty benign right now. The seas are only a foot or two and the boat is just purring along. We recorded the sound readings this morning in the pilothouse at 8 knots. 58db. The crew said my snoring was louder than the rest of the boat.
Our plan is to cruise all night and arrive in Gray’s Harbor at 5AM tomorrow morning. There is a strong, nasty front coming this way and our weather guru, Bob Jones of Ocean Nav suggests that we get in there and sit tight for a day or two. Not being one to tempt Mother Nature, especially this time of the year, I think we shall heed his advice.
More when I can……..