I just finished winterizing Rover after she was re-hauled after a successful sea trial. Both we and the prospective buyers are awaiting the written survey results but we got no reports of any major blockers over the two days of survey, which means that barring any left-field events that cause the buyers to change their mind, Rover is very likely to move on to her new owners. That in turn means that apart from cleaning up the mess I made today winterizing and putting all of her hatch and handrail covers back on this coming Saturday, I may have completed my last Rover projects.
How will she do without me as Chief Engineer?
How will I learn to accept that she doesn’t need me anymore?
2 thoughts on “I May Have Just Completed My Last Project On The Hylas 54”
The last time we sailed the Gulf Stream, Rover was spot on ready! Nothing like Small Craft Advisories for a proper Ocean yacht!
Yes! I was just retelling the surveyor of our next Sabre the story of that rig tuning session lol