Saturday, November 1, 2014

I have just completed delivery of this Sea Ray 60 from
Mamaroneck, New York to West Palm Beach Florida.
I have achieved a benchmark 200 New York to Florida
deliveries in my 30 year yachting career.

Greg, the owner, and I first met two years ago when he
purchased the Sea Ray and we delivered it together from
Jacksonville to Mamaroneck. Loves his 60 but he has
determined that he needs a 4 cabin motor yacht. It will be
a pleasure to assist him on the next acquisition.

An iconic photo, this is the Brooklyn Bridge and lower
Manhattan with the Freedom Tower (right).

After 30 years of transiting thru New York Harbor, I am
always moved by the view of Lady Liberty.

M/Y Attessa IV anchored in the front row.

A mid-morning fuel stop. Greg enjoying the fall coolness.

The official welcome committee at Coinjock, "Gaddie" is
a playful pup ready for duck season.

Listening for the top of the tank, Coinjock had the cheapest
fuel along the entire route @ $3.09 per gallon, taxes included.

Owner of Coinjock Marina, Louis Davis and I have been
acquainted for longer than we can remember. One of my
favorite stops on the Florida to New York run, Coinjock
Marina Restaurant has the best prime rib on the east coast.

Greg noticed that, while running down the Albermarle Sound,
something was "following us." Apparently, we hooked a crab
pot buoy on the rudder and this is all that was left after a
23 knot tow.

Harbour Town Yacht Basin on Hilton Head Island.

Greg and I at the completion of our 7 day journey together.
Another satisfied yacht owner. Thanks Greg.


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