RON Glas looking for a new custodean

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  • 13 Mar 2018 09:37
    Message # 5968757

    Cold moulded mahogany  and cascover sheathed

    14.3.m X 3.8m X 2.3m

    Spare suit of sails


    Perkins 4107 1320 hrssince total rebuild

    New anchor windlass. 24 volt Lofrans Tigre

    60lb Manson supreme +100metersmaggi chain

    35 lb Bruce +100metres of chain and warp


    New solar panels

    New engine start battery

    AIS, chart plotter, gps, vhf

    Woodstove, Refleks diesel heater 

    £25,000gbp

    Easiest contact is my  mobile by sms +447899747768

    See my members photo album for pix, dinghy walker bay with full sailing rig and inflatable collar, Avon inflatable, Yamaha 2.5 hp


    Email tonyandsally@hotmail.co.uk,

    Last modified: 04 Sep 2018 08:17 | Anonymous member
  • 14 Mar 2018 06:26
    Reply # 5970802 on 5968757

    OMG - some lucky junkie will soon own a Dream Ship!!  Sorry to hear you are selling, Sally and Tony; I hope you have lots of exciting new adventures ahead of you.

  • 15 Mar 2018 09:11
    Reply # 5979873 on 5968757

    Been ill for weeks, slowly recovering but left weak and in a non coping frame of mind! Also the lure of the grandchildren is calling. Tony and sally

  • 15 Mar 2018 09:58
    Reply # 5979894 on 5968757

    Hi Annie, thanks for those kind words. We love RON GLAS, and as you know, have spent 8 years sailing Ron to places he has never been. He is a very different boat to the one we found in Inverness.. as he deserves and we have spent the time upgrading him to a comfortable voyager and home. I just hope he finds a good new custodian. Lots of love Sally and Tony x

  • 25 Mar 2018 22:12
    Reply # 5996819 on 5968757

    Definitely my dream ship. I can understand the pull of the grandkids though, sadly most of mine are in the US.

  • 06 Apr 2018 20:50
    Reply # 6051047 on 5968757

    Quite the responsibility, taking over RON Glas!

  • 21 May 2018 10:43
    Reply # 6246249 on 5968757

    RON GLAS now in the Seychelles after a tough and sometines tense passage from Djibouti, especially through Pirate Alley!! Got followed an d tailed a few times, called in at Socotra for diesel a d fresh food only for it to be invadedand annexed by firstly the UAE a d then Saudi Arabia two weeks later , followed Immediately by a tropical cyclone off the horn of Africa!! Will be here for two or three months then Zanzibar and Kenya. Tonynsally 

  • 24 May 2018 08:22
    Reply # 6257814 on 6246249
    Tony & Sally Summers wrote:

    RON GLAS now in the Seychelles after a tough and sometines tense passage from Djibouti, especially through Pirate Alley!! Got followed an d tailed a few times, called in at Socotra for diesel a d fresh food only for it to be invadedand annexed by firstly the UAE a d then Saudi Arabia two weeks later , followed Immediately by a tropical cyclone off the horn of Africa!! Will be here for two or three months then Zanzibar and Kenya. Tonynsally 

    Gosh - that all sounds rather more exciting than you signed on for!  But at least you made it.  I hope you soon find someone to take over Ron Glas.  People seem to like bigger boats, these days, but then, the boat is hardly in a Solent marina!
  • 24 May 2018 08:27
    Reply # 6257815 on 6246249
    Gosh - that all sounds rather more exciting that you signed on for.  I hope you soon find someone for Ron Glas. People seem to like bigger boat these days, but I suspect you might have more interest if she were moored in a Solent marina rather than sailing in E Africa!
  • 24 May 2018 20:50
    Reply # 6259932 on 5968757
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hello,

    That sounds like a 'busy' trip.  I bet you are glad to be still.  I have been contacted by a gentleman named Hans-Erik, who seems very interested in Ron Glas but has not been able to get hold of you.

    He sent an email a while back, so asks that you look out for it in what I guess is a busy inbox.  I also have phone number and email details that I can send on if needed.

    Mark

    Last modified: 24 May 2018 20:50 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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