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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Jeremygavin, Aug 9, 2020.
Plenty of eye candy here.
There sure is. I haven’t been there in years but have been dozens of times.
First time walking the docks there I saw my first Hinckley and have been ruined ever since.
As much as I like town, once you stay somewhere out in the dunes town becomes a hassle and the real island reveals itself.
Here's the same boat in Bimini
Here he is at the charleston mega dock last Oct. as we walked bye.
He gets around. I guess that’s why you have a boat like that.
And it looks like he gets there pretty quickly too!! ; )
Can you just imagine what the boat is ,it's a dinghy for?
Looks like we were out there the same time Jeremy. We were on a mooring most that week, 8/10-14. Some amazing boats at the basin and out in the mooring field. What a different vibe from both the Vineyard and Block. This was our first trip. Block is our home away from home. It felt like a big version of Block with a quite a bit less partying, particularly on the harbor. We will be back as we really liked the beaches on the southside, restaurants, surprisingly the people, boat eye candy, etc. We have kids that like to swim, which is a little challenging here. Too many sea nettle jellies (we all got stung at some point), and of course the seals and sharks... Better than the Cape though....
The Blue Moon is owned by the gentleman that owns the company that I work for. Alas, I've never had the pleasure of an invitation. I know several people that have been on the boat and they say it is spectacular.
It’s too bad we didn’t know it then. It’s always fun to meet other CSR people. We love Nantucket for all the reasons you said. It is one of our favorite boating destinations. We love staying in the boat basin but man it is expensive. The hospitality there is top notch though. My favorite beach is jetties Beach. ICan run there in the dinghy and they have an oyster bar for the afternoon drinks and snack. Although I enjoy being in Block Island a lot to. I don’t think we’re gonna make it through this year though.
That was a beautiful boat.
It's been at least 28 to 30 years since we were there and still remember how quick the fog rolled in. It was amazing! Kept us on the Island for an extra night.
Yep. So much that in the morning you’d swear it had rained.
The roses like it.