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Old 02-07-2017, 00:00   #61
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Hi Mike/Carolyn,
Looks like you both having good time. I did wakeup this morning to -4 deg C. From short video I did notice that you have bit different cockpit arrangement. Can you shoot few more pictures of your yacht.

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Old 02-07-2017, 18:23   #62
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Hi Gavron,
Here is a few pics of our cockpit & saloon.
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Old 17-07-2017, 06:53   #63
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Very light conditions yesterday so left the cruising sails furled & dragged out the Spinaker & mizzen staysail. Both are 27 years old & look like they have never been used before. They still have M.Lasky written on the sail bag tag. We got 5 knots sog with 9 knots of wind . Now at Horseshoe Bay on Magnetic Island heading to Zoe Bay on Hinchenbrook tomorrow.
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Old 25-07-2017, 18:03   #64
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Now in Cairns, heading to Lizard soon. We hit our maximum ever speed sailing into Cairns 9.7 knots SOG . Spent a few days at Hinchenbrook Island. Zoe Bay has to be one of the most beautiful places on the East Coast. It looks & feels like Tahiti. Its hard to believe how good these boats are we sailed in 25 knots all day & didnt even get a wet deck. So comfortable & still fast. Enjoy the pics.
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Old 15-08-2017, 17:03   #65
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Mike,

This is “crude” to show us beautiful beaches, lovely temperature when at the same time I have +9deg C(if I lucky) in Canberra. Yacht under spinnakers looking fantastic.
Few years ago I was sailing from Cairns to Thursday Island with friend of my. With SSE 20-25 knots winds and calm water spinnaker was almost every day in use. We have spent few days on Lizard Island, too. Beautiful place. Must visit LI Yacht Club on Watson Beach .
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Hi Gav,
Were anchored up on Irene reef tonight. A quick snorkel showed lots of crays so hoping to get a few for dinner tomorrow. We ran into a mate on a prawn trawler & have heaps of prawns on board. Stopped in at Port Douglas & fluked the wine & food festival. Last 2 nights at Hope Island did some maintenance polished all the bright work & did a big clean up inside. Been running the headsail & the asymmetric together downwind. Works very well puling 8 knots square on in 15 knots of breeze. For some unknown reason some photos aere posting inverted of sideways. Been emailing Mike Lasky aparently my Spinaker & mizzen staysail are the ones originaly on Voyager. Not sure how they got on Katrina. Hows your refit going.
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I found out the previous name of Katrina III this week. I sent an email to Mike Lasky after finding all the sail bags had his name on them. I sent him some pics of the boat inside including the rear cabin. Mike is positive that Katrina III was his old boat Voyager-Melbourne. Now that would make the Australian registration much easier for me as Voyager- Melbourne is still on the register. Now I have heard there is another Carbineer called Voyager so that may be why Melbourne was added to the name. I now know who originaly owned her & the 2 owners before me . Im now trying to find the third owner who bought it off Mike.
AMSA will contact them for me & I have started the ball rolling. We are mow in Thursday Island anchored over at Horn Island . After we sort out the Aus Reg we may head off to PNG.
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Old 14-09-2017, 06:12   #68
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Hi Mike,
Not sure about Voyager MELBOURNE but Michael Lasky owned Voyager. She had all black spars and some very fancy work in the engine room. Michael was the builder of the Carbineers. I saw Voyager on the marina at Bermagui earlier this year - or perhaps I am wrong there, it might have been the old Spotlight.
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Hi DGH,
We have been in contact with Mike Lasky since we found his name on all our sail bags. We sent Mike photos & he is sure that our boat is his Voyager . It even has the gun storage under the main bunk. The main engine has been changed & she has been repainted. We have AMSA contacting the previous owner who holds the Australian Registration so we can have it transfered to our name.
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Hi Mike,
That is great news. You certainly have a wonderful boat there. Enjoy FNQ.
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