THE LADY BRITT
Hope tells me that she goes for $424,000 per week.
Well they did not seem to get their moneys worth. I was doing some deckwork and then relaxing with a book in the cockpit and did not see anyone move on deck or get in the water. Was I being nosey well a little but I always keep my eye on anything large anchored close and directly upwind of my floating home.
THE FLYING BUZZARD
The 1951 Clyde built steam tug [Now a diesel]. has been doing duty a the committee boat for the Classics Regatta in Antigua. On it's way up there it delivered some palm trees and rescued a broken down ferry which was drifting 30 miles or so downwind and getting close to Venezuelan territorial waters.
I think it is not the first time they have towed this one.