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January Update – At Home In Key West

January Update – At Home In Key West

Quick website update: Our write-up on the installation of OLOH’s new stabilizers is live.  You’ll find it by clicking here.

OLOH arrived at its winter home in Key West/Stock Island five weeks ago and the crew settled in quickly so we could begin welcoming visiting family and friends through the holidays and beyond.  The weather has been mostly fantastic despite the fairly relentless winter winds and a few cooler days.  We’ve loved reconnecting and spending time with our Stock Island Marina/Salty Oyster Bar/Perry Hotel family as well as friends who are staying here.  One of the most exciting parts of the last month has been outfitting and spending time on the newest member of the OLOH fleet as seen below.  A full write-up on this cool little vessel is coming soon.

Most importantly, Jasper is living the good life, as he always does.  We’re excited to welcome more visitors in the coming weeks and are formulating our plans for adventures to the Marquesas, Dry Tortugas and perhaps Cuba(?).  It’s great to be home!

Jasper is thrilled with the newest addition to the fleet! A perfect platform for manatee watching.
Nothing beats hanging at the partially submerged sandbar just outside of Stock Island’s harbor on a hot and calm day. Jasper was thrilled to be playing fetch in the water for the first time since returning from the Bahamas.
The best part about having the Whaler is being able to enjoy it with friends and family. The visiting young crew from Out Of Africa were happy to stay on board while we soaked at the sandbar.
Our friend Tim enjoys some sandbar Whaler zen.
One of the highlights of our month was a day spent sailing with the awesome Blue Sail Charter crew on Kelsey Marie, the newest addition to their fleet. She’s a beautiful 47′ Jeanneau now available for charter.
If you are a frequent reader of this blog you won’t be surprised to know that there’s been no shortage of delicious eats. Fresh seared tuna is one of our favorites at the restaurant at Geiger Key Marina.
How Jasper anchors on OLOH.

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And that concludes your OLOH instructions. M/Y OLOH back to 1-6. 


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