Friday, October 15, 2010

So much to do

  • Survey is scheduled for Monday, where we spend the entire day inspecting the boat, ensuring all her systems (sails, engine, electrical, propane, heating, rigging) and structure are sound and functional.  We will sail, motor, then take the boat to a yard, where all 22,000 pounds of Brigadoon will hang in the air for the hull and underbody inspection.
  • Insurance is in progress -- I've had to answer a million questions.
  • The slip is confirmed for us.
  • We are starting our vacation rental business (Yes!  You can rent our beautiful Capitol Hill condo instead of staying in a cramped and expensive 400 sq/ft downtown hotel).
  • Shopping this weekend for the vacation rental space.
  • Moving storage.

So we are almost there.  So much to do but, we think we have a boat and we think we will be on her by November 1, 2010, just in time for winter!

1 comment:

  1. Take a million (or more) photos of everything from every angle, every fitting, electrical system, wiring harness, hull from all angles and then tag them so you know what they are of.

    These are soooo useful when you're sitting not at the boat trying to make a plan to fix or install something on the boat.