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.
At the Hinckley Yacht brokerage, we find that sharing our passion for the lifestyle of the sea, is the greatest job satisfaction. I want to congratulate my new friend, as well as new Hinckley owner Doug DeVivo, on his beautiful T29R “Cattiva”. I wish you always, ‘fair winds and following seas”.
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. I was asked last week by a relative, of all the places I could live and bodies of waters to live near, where would I choose? My answer. This waterman would choose a small mountain lake in the lower Appalachia. For selfish reasons I will choose not to disclose this water wonderland. But to me, my Family and hopefully my nieces, nephews and my boys, this will be their education & appreciation to becoming future waterman. My thoughts. Waterman can be found even in the mountains.
The wait is finally over with the launch and sea trial of our long awaited Bermuda 50. Check out this great video of her racing and underway.
Check out this cool video of a new mega yacht docking! The old Riverwatch dock.
Cool quick piece on the USCG Cutters at sea in 2014-15. Fair winds and following seas, shipmates. Bravo Zulu!
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.