Friday, October 28, 2011

Postcard from the Bahamas

I brought Gandy Dancer back yesterday with Brad and my father. If you can believe the trip across the Bahamas Bank was about like our first three hours going over. We went from one squall to another. The boat was just great. We hammered thru the 3 to 4 at 25 kms per hour pretty nicely. The radar and auto were great. Once we got past West End it was a lake the rest of the way.

Tom, we love the boat. It was everything we wanted. It changed our Bahamas experience. We were out most days til past six pm having got started at the crack of noon. The boat sips fuel, handled like a dream, and turned heads wherever we traveled. We did not do a night out, but will. Brad had a great trip with his family and his kids loved the boat and the cabin (read dollhouse). We did not do any fishing - so we have something to look forward to in the future.

Owner Eastport 32 Hull#12

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Sea Trials

Wow what a wonderful boatshow, with some great weather the turn out was fantastic and we are now setting up for sea trials. Bear in mind the lead time for a boat is four months from Mold date and with orders in the works this can lead to a backlog of six months, so consider checking in with us soon for a boat in the North East for Spring delivery.
"At the end of the rainbow"