Saturday, December 11, 2010

the boat


Deep Bay


Elizabeth River


Reed Creek


Waterside Marina, photo
courtesy of Barry


The Elizabeth River


Elizabeth River


Jones Bay


the Elizabeth River


Old House Cove


Reed Creek, off of the Chester River


Abel Bay


Chincoteague Channel


Pasquotank River


Holland Island


Elizabeth River


Neuse River


Tangier Sound



the garage


Chesapeake Bay


sleeping pads under the foredeck


Chesapeake Bay


Knapp Narrows


Bonner Bay



Core Sound



Big Trout Marina, Engelhard


Elizabeth River


Bivy's under the foredeck


Mt. Pleasant Bay


Tilghman Island



Norfolk


Hatteras Inlet


Neuse River


Bonner Bay


The Elizabeth River


Pamlico Sound


Caffee Bay

Chesapeake


Crisfield


Wainwright Island, Core Sound


Pamlico Sound


East Bluff Bay


Pamlico Sound


Elizabeth River


Pamlico Sound


the garage


Norfolk


Big Trout Marina, Engelhard


Oriental


Pasquotank River

13 comments:

Bursledon Blogger said...

great set of pics

Fernando Costa said...

Cute!

I talked this week about your blog, Steve!

Did you see it?

http://estreladalvacabofrio.blogspot.com/2010/12/gloria-e-perdicao-assunto-importante.html

Fernando "Estrela d'Alva" Costa from Cabo Frio, Brazil, Very Hot South Atlantic Ocean!

Bill said...

Fantastic pics, man!

Jeez, she's a lovely craft.

Every time I check out your blog here, my boatbuilding bug starts biting me again - hard. These pics have him chewing furiously.

Steve said...

Thanks Fernando for the mention. Happy Holidays.

steve

Baydog said...

I'll never get tired of looking at pictures of Spartina. I want to sail on that boat! I know how to get to Chesapeake. First I have to drive over my favorite bridge-tunnel in the world. Regardless of the direction I'm driving, I always wish it took longer to get to the other side.

Steve said...

I know that bridge well.
There's a spot on the boat for you. Here, eastern shore, NC waters. We'll get you out somewhere along the line.

steve

viktorio said...

Nice boat , nice pictures . Thank you. Viktorio - from other side of the pool

Steve said...

Viktorio,

thank you very much. I'm glad you enjoyed it. best wishes

steve

Smilicus said...

Great pics, love the boat and the blog.

Keep the trip reports up.

Steve said...

Thank you!

steve

jim said...

nice Blog fella I love the boat.. I wish you well ..jim

"Wie sturen kan, zeilt bij elke wind" said...

What about a sister ship in the Caribbean... Beautiful she is. Congratulations.

Steve said...

A sister ship in the Caribbean - what a great idea! I think several of JW's designs would be perfect down there.

steve