3371Hrs – Winding Down To A Seaside Christmas

5 Responses

  1. Hardy says:

    What a beautiful work! I watched your blog for several years and now it looks like you are reaching the end of the road soon. I wish you very beautiful christmas days and a good start in 2014. Your work is a great inspiration!

  2. JonK says:

    Happy Christmas to you and Yours Neil. What a year. Enjoy the seaside recharge.

  3. Neil says:

    Thank you so much for your comment Hardy. I looked at your website and it seems you too are doing beautiful work!
    A very Happy Christmas and New Year to you.

  4. Neil says:

    Thanks Jon, I’ve really appreciated your help this year. Happy Christmas to you and your family, hopefully see you at the launch 🙂

  5. Chris says:

    Hi Neil, Christmas Eve tomorrow and I just wanted to let you know how much enjoyment I have had reading about Gleda, since more or less the beginning of your build. Your work ethic and determination are really to be admired, and the result already looks fantastic. Your blog has also evolved, like your boat, and in my opinion it has exactly the right balance of “how you feel” and “practical stuff.”
    My own story is quite a bit more amateur and modest than yours; but I own a very old Tiki 26 (which I bought in bad condition) and am learning as I go along. Maybe our nautical paths will cross on the sea. If they do, steer well clear; I don’t really know what I’m doing! In any case, I’d love to come and applaud as Gleda’s sleek hulls slide into the water for the first time.
    Thanks again for a very interesting blog. All the best for 2014. It’ll be a great year.

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