None of us will ever witness this piece of history again as Discovery started her 39th and final mission. Wow! Now that she’s back on earth after a successful mission, Discovery may find her way to the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum in Washington DC. Take a five minute trip with us and watch our video right below. It’s the next best thing to being there!
Cruising north on the ICW to Titusville, FL we anchored in a terrific open area just a few miles west of the VAB (vehicle assembly building) and Launch Pad. To top off the launch we had a blast with our local Vero Beach Power Squadron for the monthly raft up in “Hole in the Wall”. Perfect winter weather for FLORIDA, come down and see why we love it so much!
IPS, ZEUS, Zed F (ZF) are the popular Pod Drive Propulsion Systems for modern planing hull pleasure boats. Many commercial vessels use Z Drives, the earlier industrial version of the pleasure boat Pod Drive. […]
Don’t lose precious time on the water because of a breakdown. You can learn to “Do It Yourself”. Captain Chris will tour you through your own engine room introducing you to basic preventative maintenance, repairs and filter changes. […]
Frequent guest hosts of AGLCA’s BlogTalkRadio, Captains’ Alyse & Chris offer their experience with another side trip off the Great Loop. This time we are heading to the beautiful city of New Orleans. […]