Thanks for the greeting! As far as "Plan A" vrs. "Plan B" goes: beats me ... I never have gotten it straight in my head
which is which. "Capella" is all one cabin
. She has seperate V-birth forward (with a modesty door) and the rest is all one "room". A small "double" quarter berth (suitable for two very close friends) is aft behind the navagation station ... no modesty door.
Experiences: I came to Florida
via the ICW
in November 2000. I stopped in Vero Beach for a couple days and wound up spending the winter. Local cruisers call it "Velcro Beach" 'cause it's hard to tear yourself away.
I met a wonderful woman there and we've been up and down the East Coast
every year since ... North in the Spring and South in the Fall. We spend summers cruising in New England
In 2004 we made a DVD
video "Snowbirders Guide South Along the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway" that has proved suprisingly popular. We record
footage southbound on the ICW
for updates and will be issuing a Third Edition with footage from this years return trip.
I see from your posting
you have a Endeavour 52. Center cockpit
? I've always admired those.