|Heading off Nati|
|rigging up the boom to help|
|Over the lifelines and to the dock|
|Finally.....off to the shop|
|Our empty grimy engine room|
|Overhauled engine after we painted it up|
|A much cleaner engine room!|
|Ready to come aboard|
|Jim & Bo sliding the engine into the compartment|
|Another roll of tape..|
While here we thought we were getting invited for cocktails by this boat. It came in to the marina and just turned around. It did not look like it would fit!
This one on the other hand is one beauty! When we researched m/v Justice we found out she is the best preserved commuter boat still in existence. The boat was built in the 30's and served as a commuter for the owner from CT to NYC five days a week. The boat would cruise at 20-30kts.
Turtle rescue.......a little green turtle was most likely injured by a prop and the marina staff along with a women from Turtle Rescue came to its aid. They were able to capture it and will be taking it to Marineland, only a few miles south of here.
Lastly.......what do you think of this sunset looking east. We got into the marina last Monday and this is what we saw.......This picture is not manipulated.
Almost ready to get a move on again.......