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Summer Daze on the Hudson

Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg

I know dinghies are easy pickings. But I couldn’t resist this dockside composition at a Hudson River boatyard. The glorious sky on this searing hot afternoon begged to serve as a backdrop.


Nesting Dinghy, 9 Minute Assembly

After adding our new Lewmar hatches, our dinghy is even more useful. It covers a Lewmar Ocean 30 that we almost always kept open on our recent Atlantic crossing. 63 more words

Allied Seawind

The next chapter

It is with intense excitement that I announce we have a boat! George and I now co-own our very own National 12!

We drove a couple of hours to see her after work last week, fell in love with her, attached her to the car there and then and set off home. 541 more words


A Skinny Water Route

Though not many use it, there is in fact an “inside” route between the south shore of Long Island and the barrier islands to the south.   975 more words

US Atlantic Coast

Fire Island National Seashore

Although New Jersey has a stretch of Intracoastal Waterway, it reportedly has issues with shoaling and a wicked current, but the real showstopper for us is the 35′ fixed bridge.   1,047 more words

US Atlantic Coast

Sailboat Test #1

Last Friday, friend Ari and I dug an old dinghy out of the weeds.  With a new mast and rigging we had it skipping along quite nicely. 14 more words


Twoflower on board

While I am motoring toward the C&D canal, I have loaded the dinghy onto the foredeck where it will live for the ocean passages. This also reduces drag in any adverse current while I am transiting the canal and Delaware Bay. 21 more words

North To Newfoundland