Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Home stretch in Juan de Fucia

Here is how the sails were set coming into the Straits of Juan de Fucia....and as you can see, no more head winds.  We got up to over 8 knots on this stretch...almost reefed and then the wind slowed down.  Great trip last year (2012).  Next I will post some pics of her this year as she was hauled and was shown in the Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend, WA USA


4 Comments:

Blogger Unknown said...

Hello, I just found your blog when researching this Seagoer: http://www.seamarineco.com/brokerage/34-seagoer-wooden-yawl-for-sale/
moored just south of you in Port Hadlock. Do you know the boat, Gypsy? I am set to attend the wooden boat building school there come October, and I am very interested in purchasing Gypsy for a liveaboard. If you are still around Port Townsend, I would love to meet up and pick your brains about the NoeMar, and hear some cruising stories. Fair winds, Jon Williams

3:10 PM  
Blogger yawlnoemar.blogspot.com said...

Jon, send me a contact @
SbirdScott@gmail.com

8:21 AM  
Blogger yawlnoemar.blogspot.com said...

Jon, I do know the gypsy from the previous owner. If you are interested in purchasing her (price?) you might email me, I am thinking of going up this week. Love to show you the interior of the Noe Mar and chat

12:06 PM  
Blogger yawlnoemar.blogspot.com said...

Of course you do know the Noe Mar is for sale and I am willing to finance with the right person

12:06 PM  

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