The “Hei Matau” to some people also called a Maori, Tahitian, Hawaiian, or Polynesian fishhook. I first came across this talisman while reading some sailing logs and books back in the early 1990’s, a symbol to the wearer of a safe journey while at sea. I found one made out of shell at a surfContinue reading ““Hei Matau””
We will have 3 boats at the Miami Boat Show. Our T43 and two 37 MKIII. The 43 and a 37 will be displayed on Collins Ave, Ramp 4. We will also have a MKIII at the show at Key Biscayne in water slip 138. Hope you can make it out to see us.
5ooo Days. That is how many days I have logged at sea as of my last USCG License renewal. That’s a lot of saltwater I have run through, over and upon. I have seen the coastlines of Australia, Brazil, Alaska, Italy, Atlantic and Pacific of the United States, just to name a few regions. IContinue reading “Who Says the Mountains Can’t Create Waterman?”
The Waterman’s challenge. This is a hell of a race, but even more about a connection to the sea. I wish all of this years participants a safe journey, fair winds and following seas.
Come and experience the Hinckley Way! Welcome Aboard.