We share the waterways with pleasure boats, incredible yachts, commercial work boats, cargo and passenger carrying ships. At times we barely see the big ships as a speck on the horizon of the ocean. But often we must give them a wide berth when passing in the intracoastal waterway or inlet channels, considering their deep draft and limited maneuverability.Click on the pictures below and experience a sample of the big boys you’ll see when you get out on your own yacht.
Is your boat really a floating condo because you’re afraid to leave the dock? Captain Chris can help build your docking confidence… Your mate can learn to handle lines with ease and EVERYONE is happy! […]
When cruising you never know who you will meet along the way. This recipe comes to us from the crew of VECTOR, Louise & Sean. While anchored in the Waccamaw River in SC, we pot lucked and were treated to this very yummy dish that warms your soul….and YES the precise engineers gave us measurements in 3/4 of a teaspoon! […]
During a recent trip aboard Sandy Hook we welcomed a couple from the Atlanta area. They are moving up from a 26 foot Wellcraft to a trawler fit for two. They wanted to make sure cruising and living aboard was the future for them. […]