Moving yachts across the Canadian/USA border

by admin on October 13, 2020

Yes I can, yes I have. My credentials consider me to be essential services. This does not mean that I can cross as before the Covid-19 restrictions, and there are multiple hurdles to cross. I truly respect both nations’ desire to slow/stop the spread, and I’m honoring those wishes. I’ve moved somewhere between 15-20 across since the restrictions. Please contact me via the tab above. Jerry


Sea Spirit 60

by admin on May 1, 2019

I moved this 2010 Sea Spirit 60 to and from the Seattle Trawler Fest the last weekend of April 2019. I believe the broker received an offer on this beauty.


Westport 106′

25 August 2018

I had the opportunity to move this beautiful Westport recently.  The owners had hired me many years ago to move her, she’s been wonderfully maintained, and they can be proud of her.

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Crescent 115

1 April 2018

Actually measuring 122′ overall, with a 24’9″ beam, she possesses a lot of room and draws even more attention. Captained this boat for a wonderful family group, some members from Norway.

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Olympic Sailing announcer is clueless, yet entertaining!

26 August 2016

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How to cross a river bar

6 March 2016

It can be informative to see what others do.

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Racing Sailboat of the year Award

10 October 2015

On October  3, 2015 my boat “Syndicat” was awarded the “Boat of the Year” award for the 2015 racing season.  I’m not certain of the exact numbers but my best recollection is that we’ve won this award 7 of the last 10 years.  The award is given to the boat which has won the most races […]

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Hatteras 77 “KORU”

14 April 2015

Beautiful Hatteras 77′ yacht.  I delivered this yacht for importation purposes from Vancouver BC into the USA.  The new owners plan to move her down to the San Francisco bay area.  She shows well and should… she’s the former “Cellular One”.

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Knots (boat speed) Explained

14 April 2014

Most of today’s boats have knot meters installed to tell the operator the boat speed.  Now, really there are two speeds… through the water, and over the ground.  Our GPS systems can only calculate our speed ‘over the ground’, it does not take into account the river or tidal currents which will affect our speed over the ground.  […]

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America’s Cup with me.

11 December 2013

The actual and original cup at my yacht club.

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