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The boat selling and buying saga continues! On the selling front, we now have ZTC listed on several different for-sale-by-owner websites. Hopefully, they, along with our network here, will point the right buyer to us.

Our friend Carl at the helm of ZTC

On the boat-shopping front, it now appears as if the survey for the Amel in question will take place in St. Lucia instead of Martinique. While we love Martinique, St. Lucia is closer, and it’s where the surveyor we have lined up, Chris Kessel, lives. The cost for having him check the boat out in St. Lucia will be much less than if he was required to fly off island.


  1. Not to mention Piton Lager and maybe an Anse La Raye Fish Friday? I hope this is the one!

  2. Oh man. A cold Piton would be nice right about now. Thanks for the flashback!

  3. I have been following you two since you were in the Bahamas. Sounds like the next chapter in your lives will be exciting as the previous chapters. I hope you will continue to write a blog on your adventure south. We too own a 32 PDQ. Good luck. Kathy

  4. It sure would brighten up the helm station on ZTC if you got rid of those black knobs on the Shifters/Throttles and put some chromed ones on.. Or–


  5. Mike,

    After following you for years (and reading other books, magazines, blogs, etc.), I have finally hatched my plan for my ultimate adventure.

    Thank you for your inspiration and motivation. I may have many more questions for you as my baby-of-a-plan continues to grow and evolve. I gotta nurture this dream and make it happen.

    Check it out:


    • Hi Sam. Congratulations on putting your dream out there. Don’t be surprised if that nine year time frame gets shortened, or flies by.

  6. Is the owner moving the boat to St. Lucia or you? We might be here in Rodney for a week or so, maybe share a Piton?

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