Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Kalliope is up for sale

Tayana 37

As you've probably noticed, we haven't published many articles about sailing on this site lately. You might think that I was just slacking off, but the fact is that we have been thinking about selling Kalliope and moving on to the next big adventure (although I'm not sure what that will be).
For the process, I've created a little website that details some of her specifics. Heck, I probably should have posted most of that here ages ago. Go ahead and check out the site at www.tayana37.org.

2 comments:

Rodger said...

Selling a boat? That's crazy talk! If it were that easy to get rid of one, nobody would own a boat.

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