Category: General

boomerang – part 4

18 January 2019 Just One Dance is once again easing her way up the dark brown waters of the ICW. It’s a cold day, but its sunny and the sky is blue. With the panels of our clear eisenglass enclosure all zipped up, our cockpit...

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boomerang – part 2

18 Dec 2019 Its early Sunday morning and we are ready to push off the dock at the boatyard basin and start moving back southward. Being the weekend, there is no one there to help us leave the dock but with the wind cooperating...

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shakedown cruise

16 October, 2018 “If anything’s gonna happen, its gonna happen out there” Captain Ron Cindy turns the key to start Just One Dance’s port engine and…nothing. Shite!! The starboard engine started sluggishly before catching, but we...

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my life as a dog

November 17, 2015 As I have posted previously, before we moved to the boat Cindy and I adopted a sweet little Yorkie pup named Missy. Many people we have talked to are surprised we can keep a dog on a boat, so I wanted to post...

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beyond Thunderbolt

October 27, 2015 Anchored off The Bennett Causeway Bridge near Sharpes, FL Just One Dance bobs quietly at anchor in a fresh evening breeze, parked about a mile north of the Bennett Causeway Bridge just across the waterway from...

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hard times in savannah

September 10, 2015 Just One Dance has now been on the hard for about 2 months now and work is progressing…albeit slooowwwlllyyyy. The boatyard juggles work on a number of different boat projects and its always a battle to...

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all jacked up

July 19, 2015 We’ve been in Savannah for about six weeks now, working with the folks at Thunderbolt Marine to lay out the work we will be having done to fix issues we found during the last five months and upgrade some of...

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savannah home stretch

July 4th, 2015 Ok, one last lengthy post to get this blog up to date. So hang on… After weighing anchor at Titusville, we made a rather lengthy push north for Daytona Beach, arriving in the later afternoon at Loggerhead...

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