So this is a continuation of my intro post
Heres the truck with boat, from the previous post.
Second shot, what it looks like assembled on the beach at Managawhai, NZ.
We rented a beach front cottage there for 5 nights.
The second photo shows the boat cover with the fish bin holding the anchor assembly.
Third shot, the Zodiac underway with me on tiller, about to run the bar, with no breaking waves, just a nice rolling sea.
4rth shot, my log from NEBO, an app. to track speed, time and distance, works great!
Actually, this log entry is from a different trip.
The cool thing about NEBO is when you close your trip it emails you your results, so you can put them in the ships log.
It also gives monthly summaries.
For example 22 hours underway in Feb. 60 litres used, by my calculation.
Lovin' the new to me boat.
Im 73 years young and I could manhandle full assemble, engine lift and launch on my own, with a little help from the tide.
Its just like my Zodiac from back in 1979.