RON Glas looking for a new custodean

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  • 25 May 2018 13:15
    Reply # 6261056 on 5968757

    Ah, Annie, Jock would be turning  in his grave e at the mere thought of a Solent marina! When we were interviewed to be allowed to look after Ron Glas, it was a condition that Big Ron would only be used for long distance   cruising and NEVER to become a house BOAT, Well I  think over the last 10years we have certainly done that! Tony and Sally 

    Last modified: 25 May 2018 13:27 | Anonymous member
  • 25 May 2018 13:23
    Reply # 6261064 on 5968757

    Hi Mark, thanks for your efforts to trace us, always tricky! I have contacted Hans-Erik by SMS. As for being g glad to be still, I always have a profound sense of disappointment at the end of a long passage. Anyway anchored in Victoria Harbour, Mahe, is hardly still, between tug boats, tripper launches. 

     and ferries it's hard to keep the claret in the glass! Tony and Sally 

  • 25 May 2018 21:50
    Reply # 6262177 on 5968757

    Dear Jock.  What a lovely man he was.  It's wonderful to have such a charismatic boat.  I so hope Ron finds the right custodean and get to do even more ocean wandering.  I agree with out: there's always a rather disappointing feeling of anticlimax at the end of a long passage and an urge to turn round and get back out to sea.  As I recall :-(

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