Moribund doesn't even begin to cover it

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Re: Moribund doesn't even begin to cover it

Postby Nick » Thu Dec 12, 2019 9:00 pm

wully wrote:Not feeling very boatie..

Engine in bits

House in bits

Going to sell my boat :shock: It’s just not getting enough use to justify keeping her currently. Probably complete the engine work, launch, sail a bit just to be certain then selll.



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Re: Moribund doesn't even begin to cover it

Postby wully » Fri Dec 13, 2019 5:34 pm

Don’t think I want to do that - used to think I did until I spent a lot of time on board.

I like going away in the boat for at least a week, not interested in less time than that, but after a few weeks/ month I start to miss other things.

Plan ‘A’ is to take some time out of boat ownership and spend a lot more time windsurfing/surfing while I’m still fit enough for it then get another, smaller boat.

I bought my first boat when I badly injured my back and couldn’t windsurf - maybe I’ll buy my last one when that happens again. (But I do hope the inevitable injury isn’t my poor,long suffering back next time..)


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