Looking around the engine room onboard Cochise. Access is fantastic to all major systems and equipment.
Cochise's Upper Helm
The flybridge of Cochise is a work in progress. Steve Dashew plans to change its configuration after voyaging from New Zealand to Ft Lauderdale. Everything is going to move around or be gone. Lessons learned after many sea miles.
Bill and The Dashews
Spent a delightful day with Steve and Linda Dashew on FPB 78-1 in Ft Lauderdale.
International Workboat Show
Getting the latest updates from Bob T of Bell Power Systems, NE distributor of John Deere marine engines.
On the way to French Polynesia.
A whale mid-Pacific
While we saw nothing manmade in our 3,400-mile crossing, the sea was alive around us 24/7. What a wonderful world.
If you are doing the Loop, ICW, northern canals, or other waterway cruises that involves narrow rivers or canals, reacquaint yourself with the proper signals for passing other boats and marine traffic.
When you dream of the perfect boat for all the cruising dreams you want to do now, stop thinking you need a battleship. Take a chill pill and read about a couple who went way beyond the cruising plans of most anyone wanting to liveaboard and see the world.