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One Last Sunrise

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Sunrise at the marina
Ridge, Maryland (April 2017)
iPhone 6S + 29/2.2

By the time you read this, we will be underway — moving our Pearson 303 down to Deltaville, Virginia.  After six wonderful years with Shearwater, it’s time for someone else to enjoy her; so once we get her moved, she’s going on the market.

I don’t have all the photos ready yet (I was hoping to share them in this post, but I simply ran out of time); however, I have a teaser to share — as well as some older images.

Interior shot of the main cabin
Ridge, Maryland (April 2017)
Sony a6300 + Sony 10-18mm/4.0 ASPH

Shearwater in her slip
Ridge, Maryland (August 2015)
Sony RX100 IV + Zeiss Sonnar 1.8-2.8/24-70mm

Shearwater in the ice
Ridge, Maryland (February 2014)
iPhone 6 Plus + 29/2.2

Morning view from Shearwater’s cockpit
Ridge, Maryland (May 2014)
Leica M 240 + Leica Tri-Elmar 16/4.0 ASPH

Owning a boat is an emotional experience; we’ve struggled with the decision to sell Shearwater for at least three years now.

So why don’t we just keep her?  Our window to enjoy her has closed… we no longer have the time necessary to visit and care for her — increasing workload at our jobs, more obligations at home now, etc.  Plus, we live far away from the marina and the commute time is roughly three hours, if the traffic is good — so even a very brief visit is an all day affair.

We finally came to a decision and it’s time.  Long time readers will know how much we have enjoyed her and what a great boat she has been for us.

16 thoughts on “One Last Sunrise

    1. Mitch Zeissler Post author

      That certainly is the hope. We had some wonderful adventures on her and don’t want to see her slowly disintegrate in the boatyard like so many others that we’ve seen over the years.

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