Written by Ben Ellison on Nov 18, 2013 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
Written by Ben Ellison on Nov 15, 2013 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
We spoke to three brokers who had listed a Grand Banks Eastbay 38 EX online, and here’s what they each said about them.
A few quick notes about this typhoon
Earlier today, the Philippines were hit by the most powerful typhoon ever recorded, with the U.S. Navy’s Joint Typhoon Warning Center reporting sustained winds of 195 miles an hour with gusts to 235 miles an hour when the storm made landfall. Those numbers put it just above Hurricane Camille, which had wind speeds of 190 miles and hour when it made landfall in the southeast United States in 1969.
It’s that time of year again, when the days get shorter, the nights get colder, and every shopping mall from Albany to Albuquerque plays the same music. It’s also time for a nautical December tradition, the holiday boat parade. From coast to coast and along rivers and lakes throughout the country boaters will deck the bowrails and take to the water. Check out the list of holiday parades below and find one near you.
I had an interesting conversation onboard a super-posh Bertram 64 yesterday during the company’s dark n’ stormy party. I was standing in the cockpit chatting with the nattily attired yacht designer about his background and where he wants to take Bertram. Ullberg got his start alongside nautical legend Tom Fexas, and eventually made his way into designing serious fishing boats with a concentration on speed. He was talking so much about beating the other guy back to the docks that I asked if he had a racing background.