Some cut, weld, grind, and mill and we got a work table, power display, and easy tender storage.
At $650 the B&G WS320 Wireless Wind Sensor is not exactly a bargain, and frankly, I wish it was much more robust in its design.
This is a do-it-yourself upgrade to a sail winch that will make raising the sails easy.
Shame – embrace it, learn from it, let it go, and move on with enthusiasm.
Sails and other boat stuff needed to sail Seeker are underway. I hope you have enjoyed the recent glut of videos. We are 1200 miles from Tulsa to the Gulf of Mexico and it feels like a good start. Again, I’d like to thank you for all the congratulations. There were a lot of people that doubted, the welding, the … Read More
Fifteen years ago the idea of building a boat in my front yard and taking it down the rivers to the Gulf of Mexico raised a lot of fear in me. Today it only feels like the best decision I ever made. Feel the Fear. And do it anyway.
More obstacles than you can imagine in such a short distance. Beautiful structures but not made easy by the government management.
There are Tall Ships and Small Ships And Ships that Sail the Sea But the Best Ships are Friendships Like the One Between You and Me. My compliments to the friends and crew of Seeker. –Doug
Industry on the shores and traffic in the river picks up at Baton Rouge and builds as we move downstream.
It’s not just about where you go, but who you go with. Seeker’s crew are what make Seeker such a fine ship.