Hallberg Rassy Rasmus 35

Hallberg Rassy Rasmus 35
An Old Classic

Thursday, November 29, 2012

She's back in the water

After a 5 year rebuild, she is back in the water and happy.  It was a memorable day.  Below are pics.

Backing out of the boat shed

At the Little Rock Yacht Club Marina on the Arkansas River

At her home until mid January when we head for the Bahamas


Windtraveler said...

INCREDIBLE!! Absolutely INCREDIBLE!! you have done SUCH an amazing job, Pat. She is a BEUATY!! Congrats, this must be amazing for you. :)

Pat Sixbey said...

Thanks Brittany. It feels good to have her in the water. I've been keeping up with your family and looking forward to your upcoming travels. All the best.

Liv said...

I have been following you from the beginning of your project and I´m so happy for you! What a job! I´m really impressed. Best of luck to you and your wonderful boat!!!

Phil G said...

Great job! When do we get to take a ride Captain Pat?

Unknown said...

Congrats! Looking forward to the video blog of your journey in 2013.

Cabatach said...

Nice one Pat

She's Beautiful

Probably far better than when she was new!


Anonymous said...

Congratulations from Sweden! I am also the proud owner of a long keel HR ( Monsun 31 ). Some advice: DONT try to steer in reverse! Turn the boat by quick bursts of propeller action ahead and reverse. Find out what way she wants to turn dependending on what way your propeller moves in forward. Stay on a spot by this action and slowly move the boat around its axis. Then move AHEAD where you want to go. If you try to steer in reverse in wind your will end up anywhere the wind tursn you. Perhaps in a concrete pier for example. Take care Pat and Have a Good Watch! Tor in Sweden.

Unknown said...

Congratulatyon fo amazyng job