We tried leaving the slip but forgot a line so I tried to take it out of reverse, it was stuck in reverse, so turned the engine off and recapture all the dock lines. The cotter pin for the gear shift clevis pin broke, and both fell down the binnacle. We found some and replaced. Thought it would be easy but a bolt that holds the compass was corroded, required the use of the impact driver(love this tool). Then the compass fell cracking the case now after some super glue, a bunch of corrosion x, we are mobile again. Now we've got to go pump out.
Thursday, November 19, 2015
We have had a northeast wind for a few days which has had us squeaking and banging against the dock lines, but I remember seeing a snubber down in the lazerette. So I dug it out to install on the line that we are hitting again, I'm thinking a few minutes and done. Well 5 hours later I finally got the line run through it, I'm also sore.....
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Tammy & I cruised over to Ingleside Cove anchoring out, then dinghied to Bahia Marina for the burgers and band, we saw thousands of fish in the cove, along with dolphins. Caught the sunset, then the moon as we dinghied back to the boat. My boat babe cleaned the slime off of S/V Living and Loving Life. She also prepared the 3 blue crab for lunch on the way back, and I mean everything cleaned and cooked, nice lunch!
Friday, August 28, 2015
Sunday, August 23, 2015
Thursday, August 6, 2015
We have had trouble with rolling the jib in and out since we've had the boat, a very good rigger, Matt Sebring saw us fowl after a race, and immediately after looking at the previous blog told us that a jib halyard restraint was needed and a couple days later he installed it. Thanks Matt it works!