I went over to the Simpson Bay Marina in the morning to say hello to Paul Fenn and take a look at “Serenity”, the new Jeanneau 64. I'd seen the boat at the Southampton and Düsseldorf boat shows but this was the first time I'd been aboard a live boat in the water and difference between my 57 might only be 7 feet of waterline but in actuality the 64 is monster of a boat and much, much bigger in all dimensions.
“Serenity” left on the last morning bridge. Although I was pretty much ready as well I wanted to wait one more day for the winds to settle down a bit.
I completed my preparations and warned Mark that he might have to move a bit in order to let me weigh my anchor the next morning.

Serenity leaving the Simpson Bay Lagoon Serenity going through the Simpson Bay Bridge on the way to the Jeanneau BVI Owner's Rendezvous
(2016-03-11 15:58:28 NIKON D7100 with a "35.0 mm f/1.8" lens. [f/3.5, 1/1000s] ISO 100)
Serenity leaving the Simpson Bay Lagoon
Serenity before crossing to the BVI Serenity going through the Simpson Bay Bridge on the way to the Jeanneau BVI Owner's Rendezvous
(2016-03-11 15:58:18 NIKON D7100 with a "35.0 mm f/1.8" lens. [f/3.5, 1/2500s] ISO 100)
Serenity before crossing to the BVI
Serenity in the bridge channel Serenity going through the Simpson Bay Bridge on the way to the Jeanneau BVI Owner's Rendezvous
(2016-03-11 15:58:15 NIKON D7100 with a "35.0 mm f/1.8" lens. [f/3.5, 1/640s] ISO 100)
Serenity in the bridge channel
Serenity in the Simpson Bay Lagoon Serenity preparing to go through the Simpson Bay Bridge on the way to the Jeanneau BVI Owner's Rendezvous
(2016-03-11 15:50:29 NIKON D7100 with a "35.0 mm f/1.8" lens. [f/4.5, 1/1000s] ISO 100)
Serenity in the Simpson Bay Lagoon
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