Arisaig to Glasgow Day 11 September 30

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7 Responses to “Arisaig to Glasgow Day 11 September 30”

  1. 19 February, 2018 at 7:58 amTed Timberlake says:

    Another grand view of the world. Before I head off for breakfast, may I ask how many Centaurs were fitted with a pilot house. It looks quite cobby, and given your obvious like for the base boat, would it not fit the bill for the next stage of the venture rather than a Fisher? Sorry to raise that hare again. Onward to Glasgow.

    • 19 February, 2018 at 8:36 amdylan winter says:

      I have seen some with cuddies but never one with a proper pilot house where you can close the door to get warm and dry. It would eat most of the cockpit real estate so you could really only sail inside. The fisher allows me to sail inside and outside. Of course, the problem is not the capital cost of a boat…… I can get most of that back when I sell the boat. The problem is the running costs and unless I can find a way of covering those then the project has sunk on its moorings.

  2. 19 February, 2018 at 3:35 pmHillary Corney says:

    Running costs. Hum. You know what. I bet many of us MOB’s would pay a fair sum to sail with you for a day. Me included! The downside is that you would get to meet some f us but every plan has its flaws.

  3. 20 February, 2018 at 5:05 pmKeith Walker says:

    Theres a Fisher out there somewhere with your name on it. Dont let James Watt dock be your last docking. KLT has a long way to go to get back to the Solent via the outher Hebrides of course and some of the best sailing grounds in the world are yet to come to your camera lense.
    Good luck with the making of series 9. Ill tap in advance.

  4. 22 February, 2018 at 9:35 pmEuan Mckenzie says:

    That one was cracking, All familiar ground, just forgot how picturesque it is. You sailed past my old mooring at Tighnabruaich then took a picture of my favourite boathouse I will buy when my numbers come up.

    Need to get the boat finished and ready to go, thanks for that kick!

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