Apex Predator Fishing, LLC, Custom Marine Fabrication, Nate Nelligan-owner, 813-751-5902, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.apexpredatorfishing llc.com. We had the good fortune of being introduced to Nate by numerous marine contractors. Our experience with their stainless steel and aluminum fabrication was fantastic. Not only were complicated piece built properly, they are super strong and look like art work. They also love to catch sharks.
Rick & I sailing s/v Oceans to her home port, Harbor Point Marina, Carolina Beach, NC
My God Mother, Karen, visiting on my birthday, in Annapolis, MD. There are no pictures of when we picked up Karen at the dinghy dock, when she arrived. She was a bit nervous getting into our dinghy….. then, Rick fell into the (drink) water (because his foot got tangled up in the dinghy painter). I was too busy tracking his wallet that was floating away out to sea. Just another adventure! We Love You, Karen!
About 360 NM
On board helping us, Christine Avery.
Approx. 90nm, 15-25 knots wind.
Crew: Mike Bartz, Alan Efting
Things that happened; main sail came crashing down while under full sail in 25 knot winds and landed on top of Alan. About 900 sq ft of sail weighting over 350lbs. He not only was fine his attitude was like it was all okay. The webbing to the headboard of the main sail gave out due to sun damage.
Nephew Kyle, jumping off stern with Nephew Elijah.
Nephew Kyle jumping off bow of s/v Oceans in the Atlantic Ocean, just outside of Banks Channel Inlet.
The 1st fish caught, shark by Brother Brian.