Jim Eggelston's : Colombia 30 "Escadaro" Above is his Sea Spray 15 Cat "Radio-Flyer" US-352 (member)
In the first of these pictures, we see Mike and his wife Penny, as they enjoy some time on Steve's O'Day 25. (member)
Dan, just got this old Sea Spray 15..With or without digger boards, he plans to,( in this pic) to take her out ! (member)
Top: Taken just after his first win, are Scott, Bob, and a pretty dock gal...the Tartan seats below, as Mike (in the red T) cleans things up..
Bottom: Scott and Bob enjoy the compamy of all four of the McCole gals on a late afternoon sail. These pictures were taken in Doore County, a bueatiful spot... (visitor)
Fred has been around for many years and has built numerous Sea Spray 15's..This boat weighs in around 140 lbs. and is made up using Carbon Fiber ! A good sailor and a strong supporter of the fleet. (visitor)
Steve wanted a rig he could sail near his home, so he now has his O'Day- 25 at Cave Run (2 hrs. away) and this Mac- 21 in the River near his home in St Aburn, WV. She needs a bit of buffing to the hull to remove years of sun, scum and weather, but he is confident of her sea worthiness.
She is a bit larger than Grizz and a lot more comfortable for the family.
Where you see "Nimby" you will see Bru-Ski. seen here on a soft day of sailing.
I wonder how much of that great home made beer is on board..lol
We first met Bruce at Kerr Lake in Va. / NC. where we had a great day of sailing.