Here are some recently submitted photos from our members. More photos are in our photo gallery.
From Ken Watters …
“OMG! So now what do I do??” Aboard our Grand Banks 42, 4th of July, at Ocean Falls, BC.
From Roy Brooks …
North bound in Colvos Passage on a beautiful northwest morning, Triumph, our Grand Banks 42 was joined for several minutes by these guys that just wanted to play. I might add they are much faster than our Grand Banks as they made repeated large circles crossing in front as close as they could without being hit. It was a great way to start our trip for that weekend.
From Leslie Simmons …
KIAWAH, (52EU-004) at Eshamy Bay in Prince William Sound, Alaska. June 4, 2014.
Check out our photo gallery for more photos from our member’s travels and past rendezvous.
Lily and I saw lots of PSGBOA members in Pender Harbor and Princess Louisa Inlet this past week. Here are photos of three couples and their GBs, together with yours truly. We also saw Baby Grand (1974 32 Sedan, Ray and Anne McGrew) in Roche Harbor, and I know we missed many of you.
Honu (1991 34 Sedan) Don and Carla Coskran proudly display the PSGBOA burgee in Pender Harbor. They live in Hawaii but use Pender as a base for summer travels throughout the Inside Passage.
Voyageur(1989 42 Classic) John and Linda Seely, seen here in Pender Harbor, are headed north, ultimate latitude TBD. Their niece Lina, from Copenhagen, is along too. John and Linda live in Chicago but cruise in the Pacific Northwest.
Its All Good (1972 50 FD Motoryacht) Don and Teresa Wills at (you know that setting!) Chatterbox Falls. Lily is in the photo, too. Its All Good was on the Edmonds Yacht Club’s Commodore’s Cruise. Don is Immediate Past Commodore.
Open Boat Tours: Show off your GB modifications at the rendezvous
We would like to make the open boats portion of the rendezvous a true learning experience. Have you made customizations, improvements, modifications, or interesting additions to your boat? Would you like to show them to others? Send us an email to add your name to the list. We will distribute the list at registration.
If you wish to participate, please provide the information below to Terry Stanford and John Creighton at: Fringle@aol.com.
A. BOAT (NAME/MODEL/YEAR):
C. MODIFICATIONS OF INTEREST:
D. COOL FINDS:
(Note: We will provide participants with a small flag that, when displayed, will notify others that they can ask to come aboard to see your boat’s modifications.)
I recently replaced the steering cable between the flybridge and the lower helm on Archimedes, our Grand Banks 42. The project was surprisingly easy and inexpensive. Since many of our Grand Banks are getting on in years, I though the process might be of interest. It’s a fairly long post. Rather than post it all here, I’ll just point you to my blog for all the details.