skipperdude wrote:ksanders wrote:
You know thats not an unreasonable fee for three months of chartering a large well equipped yacht.
Three months is an almost perfect amount of time to completely explore the inside passage.
For many, it's the trip of a lifetime.
BTW, we start our second inside passage journey in April. Anacortes Washington to Seward Alaska.
*Hey if you are coming to Seward you really should check out Prince William Sound. It's like Southeast only no towns just places.
If you do get in touch with me I'll show you around.
Them's my stomping grounds.
*Thats too Funny Dave ( I hope I didn't get your name wrong
We know each other in person!
I've had a slip in Whittier for many years. My last boat was a 28 Bayliner named American Dream. They gave us the handicap berth at the bottom of the fairway this year after my wife got hurt.
We have talked many times on the dock. I even discussed buying our 47 with you a couple of times. Hell, I even buy my shrimp from you. Remember my wife Lisa got hurt and couldn't take the pounding of the 28 footer any more, so I was going to give it a season and buy a bigger more comfortable boat?
I love Whittier, and have known Sue the harbormaster forever. She told me that I'd probably never get a 50' slip, and that I couldn't sign a transient agreement either. The line is just too long.
I've been on the 50' list at Seward for 2 years and will probably get a permenant slip this spring (I'm now 8 on the list).
-- Edited by ksanders on Friday 17th of February 2012 10:59:56 PM