Thursday, 16 March 2017

Welcome!


Lazy Days is a Morgan 51 sail boat that was designed to be a very comfortable and spacious home on the sea. She has an enormous internal volume for this sized boat, and this has been utilised to great advantage particularly in the saloon which makes for easy living. A TV and VCR/DVD player has been installed for entertainment and we carry an eclectic collection of films and TV shows on the boat.


The boat has a fridge/freezer and air-conditioning, although we rarely use the air-conditioning when anchored, as the steady trade winds keep the boat cooled.

Up forward is a cabin with two separate bunks, there is sleeping for four in the main saloon and the aft cabin has an enormous double bed. Each area has its own head (bathroom) and there is hot and cold running water.

An extra large sliding hatch leads up to a cockpit that nestles under a huge Bimini sun shade. This is a great feature and makes for that extra outside room that is such a joy on a boat like this.

Lazy Days has been to the Bahamas and Cuba, and will be leaving again soon. Why not join me?


The Captain

David Kitching has been involved with boats on a professional basis since 1969 when he worked as mate on the famous “Ticonderoga”, one of Herreschof’s greatest creations. He holds a New Zealand Ocean Yachtmaster’s Certificate, a New Zealand Ocean Navigation Certificate, a British Ocean Yachtmaster and British Offshore Yacht Master Certificate.