Saturday, April 30, 2016

Magic has sold!

I'm both happy and sad to report that Magic has been sold.  The good Karma Gods must have been smiling down on her, because one of the new owners is the daughter of a former owner and sailed on Magic when she was young.  I can't help but think that I've passed Magic into good hands, and will enjoy and take care of her.  Fair winds.

The End!
(or the beginning)

My last sail as owner of Magic.


  1. Sad to here she is gone, but glad to hear she went to someone who will care for her. I have enjoyed the blog and learned a lot. thank you for the phone conversation and all this pics on this sight. Hopefully you'll continue to blog about new adventures.

    Thank you for everything,
    Crew of S/V Salacia

  2. Glad I could be of help. I'm keeping this website up in the hopes that it will help others get past some of the hurdles I ran into along the way. The new adventure is already in the works, but it involves building a proper boat shop before I start in on the fun stuff. I've almost completed the building permit application and am drawing up final designs for the shop this week. I expect it will take me the better part of the summer to build the shop.

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