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On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

Posted by on March 9, 2012

We have our work cut out for us this weekend.  I was surprised when I looked at the pictures as the mess doesn’t seem as daunting in the pictures as it looks in real life.  Anyway, this is what we have to get stowed so we can get all the plastic and cardboard up by Monday morning’s appointment.

Once again, the pictures tell the story.  What it doesn’t tell you is we are running out of room on where to stick this stuff.  Stan still has way too much stuff stuffed aboard.  We’ll see what happens.






































7 Responses to On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

  1. MasterPlan

    Lots of room to store stuff but we still have way to much stuff on board. My husband needs to purge more and sell more stuff.

  2. Bob Taylor

    Looks like we have a lot in common… I have yet to move out, but it’s in our near future.
    What to do with all that stuff. That big old Hat looks great. Love the LRC, great boat.

  3. Kenny

    Thanks a bunch for making the effort to explain the terminlogy for the beginners!

  4. Jacob

    Very nice. Try the fried lobster. AWESOME (and pretty inexpensive, if I recall correctly).

  5. MasterPlan

    Jacob, when we moved off our 46′ Catamaran we removed over 6k lbs from the boat and yes, the waterline did raise a few inches. Stan has purged (some) since then but as you can see, he still has a ways to go. We have company coming from Atlanta next weekend so we will be heading to Shrimpers. With company coming just another reason to get this mess cleaned up. Maybe by then I can get the furniture from the sun deck uncovered, the teak dust cleared off and we can enjoy it.

  6. Jacob

    Wow that’s a full boat. A few years ago there was a blog where when they sold the boat and moved everything off, it raised 4-5 inches from where it sat in the water. Looking good though! Keep up the hard work. Did you get to shrimper’s yet? I’m going to keep asking until you try it. It’s outdoors under a big tiki hut on the water. It’s awesome. Try it!!!

  7. Richard Mcallister

    looks nice and clean inside, don’t ya say?