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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
28 July 2015 | Bodkin Inlet/Chesapeake Bay
The photo on the last post was incredibly bad, and I can blame it on the cellphone. I have graduated neutral density filters to correct for highly backlit sky to use with the camera, but with the cellphone it is just point and shoot. The image screen is your viewfinder and in the sunlight it doesn't [...]
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27 July 2015 | Bodkin Inlet/Chesapeake Bay
I decided to not alter the bottom seam of the mainsail stack pack sailcover. It was snug, but snug looks better than flappy. A boltrope was sewn below the seam, pretty straitforward, strait stitch, and cut away the excess with a soldering gun.
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20 July 2015 | Bodkin Inlet/Chesapeake Bay
Previously, on the Lending Club Channel, the heroes broke several sailing records, including a passage from Newport, Rhode Island, to Bermuda, and did it in less than 24 hours. Now they have moved to the west coast, preemptively left Los Angeles for Hawaii several days before their start in the Transpac [...]
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19 July 2015 | Bodkin Inlet/Chesapeake Bay
Along with the scorching temperatures outside, a new recipe has been concocted to properly simulate fiery Mexican mole chicken.
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19 July 2015 | Bodkin Inlet/Chesapeake Bay
There are two large Wharrams for sale and the big surprise is they haven't sold yet. Number one is hull #1 of Tiki 46's, Peace IV, a famous boat sailed by Ann and Neville Clement. They are retiring from their cruising life. They are offering the boat at about half what they had been offered a few [...]
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17 July 2015 | Bodkin Inlet/Chesapeake Bay
The sewing continued on the mainsail stack pack sailcover. The main pieces of cloth were sewed together, the batten pockets and zipper sewed in. I left the ends unfinished until after fit was checked with the sail and mast. Also, lazy jack positions were left for later. The plan is to test hoist [...]
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