What do you do if you own a 47 foot Tolleycraft Motor Cruiser in Canada and you want to sharpen your crusing skills in March? Did I mention the Tolleycraft is in a climatized storage building in Quebec?
Yes! Two Golden Star trawlers in the same season. Another Maine couple was surfing the web- like you are now! and noticed that we just worked with a Maine couple on their 42 foot Golden Star Motor Yacht. So, they contacted us to work with them too! The power of the internet…WOW!
Fast isn’t always best. What if you want to slow down and smell the roses- or the sea air? or meander about to watch the manatees, follow the dolphins (sea mammals, not the football team) or just plain relax and cruise around the United States? Visiting small off the beaten path anchorages and meeting other cruisers sounds like fun to us! […]
We are meeting more converts every year. RV travelers see the light and transition over to the cruising lifestyle. After visiting every state (except Hawaii, NJ & RI) by RV this couple want to see America from the water’s edge just like our forefathers who settled our country.
What do you do after the kids leave home and the sport boat on the trailer isn’t big enough to meet your new cruising desires. Buy a larger boat of course! But what should you buy? You search the net, read magazines like Passagemaker and other cruising publications, attend Trawler Fest and AGLCA (Great Loop)Rendezvous and form an IDEA of what you want and need.
Just like Reba, You can hear us on the RADIO….We are guest hosting a BlogTalkRadio Show for AGLCA- America’s Great Loop Cruisers’ Association on Friday April 8 at 10am EST. Spend 30 minutes listening live and call in to ask your own questions about cruising the Treasure Coast of Florida. (877) 497-1815. […]