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This is just insane: six months ago we were in France, with Frank McCarthy, spending the first of several days hauling our stuff onto Starry Horizons and unpacking. Since then, we’ve sailed for 6000 NM and over 930 hours. Starry Horizons has undergone some drastic changes, inside and out.
We are getting much closer to finishing our work here in Palmetto. Last Thursday, we motored over to Snead Island Boat Works, where Artfully Designed Canvas assembled and welded our hard top frame. The frame is currently with our fiberglass guy, who is installing the hard top. Sometime between the 18th and 22nd, we’ll move the boat back to Snead Island and have the hard top mounted onto our helm station. The last big piece after that is the enclosure.
The Right Connection, our electrician, and Paradise Yacht Services, our rigger and general handyman, have been spending lots of time on the boat, knocking out the small projects left and right. David and I have kept busy too, with general upkeep and some smaller items we felt we could tackle ourselves.
Stay tuned! As projects are winding down, David and I have the time to write and edit videos more, so we’ll be able to share a wealth of information that we’ve picked up over the past few months.