Jerrid Greenbaum's Blog (3)

Rolling with the Changes

Wow, how things have progressed. My apologies for not posting more regularly. While working on our own "Salvo" I landed a position on a much more modern, high tech power vessel, an Azimut 55S. So, now we have a foot in two worlds, wooden sailboat traditional and modern power, high tech. We now work for a private client and that been very busy with an engaging variety of details from galley to engine room. I have found a permanent crewman for "Salvation" but, here again now we are both caught…


Added by Jerrid Greenbaum on June 29, 2015 at 18:10 — No Comments

Disposable World, thow a way people

Just to be clear...we are saving a vessel that is not a pedigree, not particularly historic and that contemporary society would deem disposable. Still, i do see her as a resource, with timbers that may have been saplings when the pilgrims landed, she has a lot of strength and sturdiness left to her and the only reason most others would toss her aside is for lack of knowledge or cost of labor does not balance against cost of item to be retained. I, for one, I do not agree with our disposable…


Added by Jerrid Greenbaum on February 26, 2015 at 8:55 — 1 Comment

I Will Give You My Little Ship!

This is what we're going to do.

I will GIVE you my little ship the "Salvation"!

It is a good boat, needs work.

First you have to help us fix her up and then crew with us to New Zealand on a year long sailing voyage through the South Pacific.

This… Continue

Added by Jerrid Greenbaum on November 12, 2014 at 19:30 — 8 Comments

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