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Kaimu s/v Kaimu Wharram Catamaran
Vessel Name: Kaimu
Vessel Make/Model: Wharram Custom
Hailing Port: Norwalk, CT
About: Andy and the Kaimu Crew
About: Sailors in the Baltimore, Annapolis, DC area.
Recent Blog Posts
09 February 2016 | St. Mary's, GA
After the big rain day we had a cold day. It was hard to get anything done out in the cold wind. I found a couple simple tasks with a little epoxy, get the repaired crossbeams and the portlight ready for paint. In the pilothouse I disassembled the SSB radio base unit. It was corroded inside but [...]
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06 February 2016 | St. Mary's, GA
The day started down in the 40‘s but soon the thermometer soared up till it hit 80 degrees in the afternoon. It was a day to make progress, especially with any epoxy gluing. The psychology of boat related tasks began to take effect. Any task will be undertaken to avoid undertaking a particularly [...]
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31 January 2016 | St. Mary's, GA
Coming soon to your favorite channel, “Boatyard”, a new reality show. It’s got everything, redneck bleepholes who get in each others faces, yelling, Russian spies trying to get at the nearby US Navy Submarine Base, hard up local businesses trying to drum up some cockamamie schemes, proud [...]
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30 January 2016 | St. Mary's, GA
I skyped the young Russian, asking if he was in St. Augustine, and he replied that he had mechanical problems and was stuck in Fernandina Beach. There was one older yardbird (that’s what you call someone who works in a boatyard) who said to just hang around in the area and motor around a bit. Sound [...]
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25 January 2016 | St. Mary's, GA
Another camera came in, this one a little point and shoot, it was hard to keep it steady, it was so small and light. The software package that came with it wouldn’t load onto the navigatrix computer I am using.
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22 January 2016 | St. Mary's, GA
The gluing in the galley of the plywood repair to the sole took place without the angst that interfered with the first attempt. The pieces were sanded to prepare for the epoxy, then dry fitted with clamps, then glued. The little propane space heater was put in the galley to keep the space warm enough [...]
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