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Old 08-07-2016, 07:20 PM   #101
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Nice work, Capstan!

Some folks find the phone and tablet screens tough to view in the brightness of the flybridge.
Depends on the device! I sat outside in the cockpit of our sailboat today, mid-day reading a book on an iPad Pro with sunglasses. A bright sunny day here in Block Island and the screen was more than bright enough. I couldn't do this on my previous iPad...
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Old 08-07-2016, 07:54 PM   #102
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Depends on the device! I sat outside in the cockpit of our sailboat today, mid-day reading a book on an iPad Pro with sunglasses. A bright sunny day here in Block Island and the screen was more than bright enough. I couldn't do this on my previous iPad...
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Old 08-08-2016, 10:39 PM   #103
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Well she is finally back in the water and hopefully we will clear Lauderdale tomorrow and head back to the Bahamas and the island.
We will take a 3 or 4 day trip so we can relax a little!
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Old 08-08-2016, 10:54 PM   #104
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Cheers! and safe journey.

We just arrived back on the boat after being gone for a week. Left Austin at 1:30 and here on the flybridge sippin a zafra and coke feeling very fortunate at 10:30 pm. Cheers again !

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Looking north from south Portland to the Portland harbor skyline.
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Well she is finally back in the water and hopefully we will clear Lauderdale tomorrow and head back to the Bahamas and the island.
We will take a 3 or 4 day trip so we can relax a little!

Must have went to far south.She's upside down.
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Old 08-08-2016, 11:30 PM   #106
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Capstan is from Australia. That's why the picture is upside down.
Have fun on your trip and post some pictures.
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Old 08-09-2016, 12:48 AM   #107
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Have a great time and don't forget the pictures, lots of them.......
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She looks fantastic, congrats!
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Old 08-15-2016, 02:03 PM   #109
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Have a great time and don't forget the pictures, lots of them.......

Thanks for the changing the photo right ways up
Couple of pics. We had good weather for the trip with a few issues on the boat. Will get into that over the next days as lot's to catch up on here at work.
1st photo Andre with some freshly caught Lobsta at Great Isaacs.
2nd stop Chub Cay for clearance.
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It has been quite a while.
Thought I might post the Bad Monkey swinging on a Exuma Park mooring. She was there for the duration of hurricane Matthew. We had 130+ here. Still haven't been to see her but my friends sent me these pics to put a smile on my face.
I will try and update this with my continued works to her in the near future.
Hope everyone else came out OK from the hurricane.
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Glad she came through ok.
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Good news, Stan. So glad to see BMT tugging happily on her mooring after that!
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Aft cabin starting to go back together with a little bit of paintwork.
Boat still on mooring and don't see much work being done for the next month!! Then it will be Christmas nearly, so that means middle January!!!
At work we are rebuilding some Mahogany doors in the boat compound.
I am saving shortened pieces and will put them through the thicknesser and use them in the main salon and maybe the floor in the heads!.
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I like a simplistic interior.it don't take much to make me happy on a boat.

That's some major combustion chamber damage.What happen to weld and crack that piston?
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Old 10-16-2016, 09:07 PM   #115
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I like a simplistic interior.it don't take much to make me happy on a boat.

That's some major combustion chamber damage.What happen to weld and crack that piston?

i'm gonna go with dropped or stuck valve. skirt looks good so it wasn't washing down the hole or a lack of oil.
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i'm gonna go with dropped or stuck valve. skirt looks good so it wasn't washing down the hole or a lack of oil.
Sorry guys, that was from Cat 3406 which provides power to the island, not the boat. Yes dropped valve. Not sure what happened there!

Boat still on mooring!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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