This is her first trip to the water in 4 years. She had been on the hard for that time and once we gave her a new name, painted her bottom and ensured all was safe…in she went!
James at the helm, this is the first time on Ocean Phoenix and without assistance. Being on our vessel has been amazing in every way. The total sense of joy, relaxation and peace that we get from being onboard is priceless.
First time at the helm. I was so excited to share this experience with James. As we are learning and exploring what Ocean Phoenix can do and what she can handle, it’s great to learn all the roles on a sailboat.
This is the day that she became Ocean Phoenix. It took a lot of research and soul searching to find a name that means something and that is fitting for her.
64 feet up in the air…LOVED IT. When you have your partner on deck and you trust him 100%, going up the mast is a great time, with a great view. Thanks James
Best KID ever. We are very proud of him. He loves the boat and caught the most fish! This pic made the list as he looks so relaxed and at home.
Thanks to my very talented husband, we have great cutting boards and covers. They worked great all season.
A full day cleaning all the lines. Surprised that this would make our list? When we are not on the boat we still enjoy the chores and prep work that goes along with owning a sailboat
Our first morning on our mooring and our first cup of coffee. It was a great way to start the day with a freshly brewed coffee in hand, sitting, and watching the world go by.
I’m sure by now you have read our “We miss you” blog… We do miss being on board of Ocean Phoenix, the pure sense of relaxation and enjoyment when you are onboard your vessel. All of us that have to leave our boat for the winter months surely feel the same…
Over the next 12 days, we are going to do 12 days of photos on our blog. We are going to pick our favorite photos, saving the best for last, from our time onboard. We really want you to join us as we celebrate our vessels.
As we post a pic during the countdown we will explain why this photo is important and what it means to us. Comment on the blog with pics of your boat, or reply to the Facebook/Twitter/Instagram feed. Every day starting on December 12 we will post a picture and a description of why we like it, and we want you to respond and share your vessel with us. Let’s see your vessels
Let the countdown begin…(the first one comes out tomorrow)