Thursday, September 10, 2009

This May Be Our New Home ! Again.

UPDATE Sunday, Sept 13, 2009 - OK - concessions have been made on repairs and the deal is back on.

UPDATE Friday, Sept 11, 2009 - Ginny and I have decided to pass on this boat after purchasing the Marine Surveys. The search continues.

Well we've been looking for a new home since losing "Moriah" (our Vagabond 47) to a lightning strike and subsequent fire (See Our Blog Archive for the full story) . "Wind Dust" may fit the bill. She is a much different yacht than "Moriah" but she was built for the North Sea and therefore a very well built boat. She's a well cared for 1984 Nauticat 44. We will know if we can work out details this week and get back on track for cruising the Bahamas this fall. Well here's "Wind Dust" on the hard.


  1. It looks nice! I hope it works out for you!

    Take care, Toynia

  2. The "right" home is just waiting for you to find it. Good luck in your search. We miss you and think of you so often. Lucky Lady had a gauge problem (The coolant and oil gauges and warning horns all stopped. May have been caused by June 1st saltwater.) that was finally fixed today. Heading over tomorrow for the weekend. Love and hugs,A&M

  3. Jesse,

    Fair Winds to you and Ginny as you set out aboard Wind Dust. Glad you found a new home. Let us know if you are ever in the area of Wilmington and we would love to have you visit us. We are still sailing our Seaward 25 and running kids to little league, soccer, scouts etc. We hope to get "there" someday.

    Jim, Heather, Samantha and Dominic
    Seaward S25 'H2O'


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