Then, after I made an offer on her and had her surveyed. Note that the keel bolts FAILED the survey; Survey 1
Then, after the keel was repaired on the hard (now with a different surveyor); Survey 2
Third "survey" - at the dock (I have yet to find a surveyor that's worth $20/foot); Survey 3
Finally, SOME of the stuff that I have fixed;Refit
As to what's going on in each of the photos - poke through some of my other posts to get the stories.
07-19-2011 03:37 AM
Grats and that Boat looks nice. Would love to see more Photos of if.
07-17-2011 05:31 AM
Great job on the boat, and welcome back to curse of the working classes.
Bíodh misneach agat, and enjoy the fruits of all your labours, I find a good day on the water puts everything into perspective.
The well deserved scorn of hardier SNers also helped when I whinged on line about the fecked up weather her on the Emerald Isle recently.
07-16-2011 08:37 PM
nice job on the refit.
07-16-2011 07:38 PM
Amazing. You did a wonderful job on the boat! Now stock up on those hundies!
07-16-2011 10:00 AM
07-16-2011 09:09 AM
Congratulations all around.
07-16-2011 01:45 AM
Crats ! you scored big time ( that is if you really wanted a job in the first place )
See liveing right just brings all kind of good things to your front door if your paying atten
07-15-2011 11:42 PM
Hey, a boat, a job, and not a relocation. Think about it, the offer might have been a great job in Nebraska. A great state for football, not so much for sailing.
07-15-2011 10:11 PM
Looks like we've got the "hey it could be way worse" covered. So, I'll commiserate on the confluence of your boat curve vs your job curve. But I gotta think that having a job will help replenish your stock of 100 dollar bills that sailboats require to keep going.
Nice job on your O'Day!
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