No point to this post other than to load a photo of Sanctuary sitting at Jennings and awaiting her turn at the travel lift. This is a quietly rural area and I've been known to stray down there just to sit among the boats (many of them longer-distance travelers than I've ever been) and soak of the ambiance of watermen, boat constructions and voyagers; intoxicating, but legal.
C [...]ew varies from two to many; under the command of Fleet Admiral Deanna and oft skippered by Larry, with reluctant assistance by first maintenance officer Jeremiah, the great-grandson, and cultural affairs officer Sasha, his mother, all to the melody of lively purring by Buckshot the cat, mouse-control tech 2nd-Class...
"Sanctuary," is esthetically better maintained than "Wings" (our previous Bristol 24) and of course noticeably larger, with two foot wider beam and almost six more feet of length, but not so large we've fallen into a large maintenance trap -- we hope. Despite a metaphoric barnacle or two, [...]
Sanctuary has quickly hinted of voyaging to strange, new places -- so we're having fun participating in her ladylike renaissance.