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Many of our guests who come cruising with us bring a nice lunch and drinks with them and enjoy it on the boat.
This crew pretty much "forgot" lunch and instead just brought the drinks....a case of beer and a bottle of Hornitos® Tequila.
They had a great time.
And then they got really hungry!
No matter how many times I've been out sailing with Skipper Bud on the Old Glory catamaran (160+ cruises and counting!), I always find something unique to cherish.
Sometimes it's a spectacular sunset, or seeing a dolphin jump clear of the water...other times it's the wind, blowing hard enough from just the right direction to give us perfect sailing conditions.
On this occasion a few weeks ago, it was the very special treat of being joined by my newborn son for his first sunset cruise.
There's nothing like a good scrub and a fresh coat of anti-fouling paint to combat the effects of time for any ocean-borne vessel.
In the old days, sailing ships were intentionally grounded (preferably, on a flat, sandy beach) during high tide so that when the tide went out again, the ship's hull would be exposed for cleaning and repairs below the water line.
Our haul-out, though, wasn't quite so difficult.