This coming weekend we have a cruise to Delta Marina Yacht Harbor with our IOBG group. We are having a picnic on Saturday consisting of prime rib sandwiches and potato salad. Of course I'm working the event as that is what the secretary does. It's fun to put these together and watch everyone have fun. That's what volunteers are for.
One of my readers wanted to see what our boat looks like. Okay, for those of you that haven't seen it before here it is:
It's a 2000 Sea Ray Sundancer named Anewatee (no it's not a native American name). A-new-a-tee. Get it? It's a 340 (which means it's a 34 foot boat). When you include the swim platform and the anchor it goes to 37 feet overall. It has a head with a shower, galley, stateroom, and dining area below. It's all the boat we need. On the California delta if you get too big a boat you end up not being able to go to many places and docking is part of that. Hubby and I have lived on this boat for 10+ days and loved every minute. You keep things picked up and tidy so the small space isn't an issue. This is our favorite past time. We love everything about boating. Cocktails for six, dinner for four and sleeps two. Okay, Little Bit can sleep too. Here's some stills of our boat. Click on any photograph to biggify.
Here's what I look like just so you know. I was doing introductions at Pittsburg Yacht Club.