D & D Nagle aboard MV DavidEllis

27 May 2020 | Elfin Cove, SE Alaska
16 April 2020 | Elfin Cove, Cross Sound, Chichagof Island, SE Alaska
10 July 2019 | Elfin Cove, Alaska (or in Aussie:
18 March 2019
19 September 2017 | northbound Verney Passage, west side Gribbell Island
30 May 2017 | Photo is Meyers Chuck, north of Ketchikan AK
29 August 2016 | on-the-hard, Wrangell
19 November 2015 | almost there
16 November 2015
15 November 2015
11 November 2015 | Shearwater - Bella Bella, BC
10 November 2015 | photo is approaching Bottleneck Inlet
01 November 2015 | Wrangell, Alaska
17 September 2015 | Juneau to Petersburg
19 July 2015 | Wrangell > Petersburg > Tracy Arm > Juneau
28 June 2015 | Wrangell, AK (still on the hard)
03 March 2015 | Ketchikan

Subic Redux

24 April 2013
Hot!

Sweatin' in Subic once again! Boy I did not miss this, but here I am again, boat torn apart (at least in this case it's someone else's boat), head in a hatch, butt in the air, smelling diesel fumes. That's when I'm not on deck in "Tarzan Hot" conditions, sweating way more than I can possibly replace by normal means. And yet, it's all pretty routine stuff, more nuisance than a real problem; no mysteries; just boat issues a prudent person needs to address before continuing with the next leg of our voyage. There's a couple more pieces to find, a couple more jobs to do, fuel and provisioning; but I'm considering, with the able assistance of Ray Wolfe and his guys Rollie and Patrick, the possibility MV Shearwater may get out of here Friday, 26 April.

I've enjoyed running into people I know from MV Mandarin and MV DavidEllis' visits here '05 and '07-08. It appears things are (economically) looking up a bit, and hopefully that's a good thing.

I need to review charts, sailing directions and tide tables and choose between two outlets from the Philippine Islands into the Pacific. From here, the weather I've glanced at looks pretty benign, but typhoon season is upon us, and it's really time to go. We'll be checking with our weather guy, Lee Chesneau: http://www.marineweatherbylee.com/ for the official 'Okey-Dokey'.

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Vessel Name: DavidEllis
Vessel Make/Model: Diesel Duck 462 (Seahorse Marine)
Hailing Port: Sebastopol, CA, USA
Crew: Mike (Dave) and Dorothy Nagle
About:
Home for us is Sebastopol, CA, USA, where children, grandchildren and surviving parents still reside. We lived aboard in SE Asia, except for short visits home spring of 06 til fall 09, primarily in China, Macau, Hong Kong, Philippine Islands and Malaysia. [...]
Extra:
while building, commishioning and shaking down, the boat was the 'ends'; now she's become the 'means' to explore new places, live there awhile, get to know folks before moving on. "David Ellis" is named after David J. Nagle & Ellis D. Peterson, Dave & Dorothy's dads. Both have passed, but [...]

Who: Mike (Dave) and Dorothy Nagle
Port: Sebastopol, CA, USA