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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Slowly Filtering In

After an extremely slow start this year, boats are finally starting to filter into the Boat Basin and the mooring field. I was out and about the waterfront in my boat today and grabbed a few pictures of arriving vessels.

Belle at her usual spot for the summer. She has received an extensive amount of work this year including a brand new keel-

The motor sailer, Little Vigilant, here for a visit-

The big sailboat, Arabella, moored in the mooring field-

The Argonaut was recently splashed. Captain Harvey Lynch will be running her this summer-

The Coast Guard cutter, Tybee, tied up at the Brant Point Station-

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Moonrise At The Point

Nice moonrise at the point last night. I was down there to watch it-

I hope you're all not sick of pictures of ducklings and herons-

Jay heading down the fairway-

Monday, June 16, 2008


You've no doubt seen Pirette (pronounced Pirate), around the docks. She belongs to Moby Bill, the barber. Bill and Pirette spend a lot of time putting around the harbor visiting their liveaboard friends.
Here's a few shots of Pirette-

Sunday, June 15, 2008


A seaplane landed in the harbor yesterday afternoon. I see at least one seaplane land here every summer. They usually pull up to Brant Point and drop off passengers. This one tied off to a mooring-