Thanks To Hagerty We Have Some Plastic Eye Candy To Distract You While We Count Down To Dora.
Thanks to Hagerty Marine Insurance and photographer Gabe Augustine in there latest Current Newsletter, we get to drool over some of Bill Anderson’s and Del Van Emmeriks stuff to distract us all from the time we are still living our regular lives. I won’t waste your time babbling on about it all… OK, wait, yes I will.
First this newsletter is very well done, relevant, and great content Second, Gabe the photographer works at Hagerty Marine insurance and his photo’s are AMAZING, clean crisp and well. Just fantastic. Third, it’s fantastic to the second power that Hagerty cares enough to share such stuff with all of us, as well as show up at shows, and by the way, support the culture in many ways, financially, and with information. We absolutely love being able to say, Hagerty is the OFFICIAL INSURANCE OF WOODY BOATER! By the way, Carla will be at Lake Dora in the tent between us and Katzs Marina. So stop on by and say hi. OK, now we can drool over the shots. READ THE DETAILS HERE!
By the way, there is a lot more where that came from, so click away!
Special thanks to the good folks at FiberGlassics.com for all that they do! HERE IS ANOTHER GREAT Q&A with Ken Sorka from Fiberglassics on the Hagerty Marine Current Newslatter.
These are just a few of the feature boats from the Michigan chapter 2014 show. The photo shoot was done on Friday before the show. You don’t get freighters in the background at many other venues.
Greg – Is Slowman Herakles a “Salty”?
Texx, without being able to see the location of the bridge, I can’t tell, but Carl Garmhaus is our resident freighter export. I hope he will chime in and answer your question.
She is a tanker, registered Antigua….Salty.
I love “eye candy” of all kinds.
I guarantee you that the Red ‘Boat’ in the Header is NOT plastic!! However it is entirely fitting that that Cadillac Sea Lark be pulled by a Cadillac ‘deVille Convertible!! What a pair!!
Man o man, with all this Plastic Love, pulling out my Summer clothes and sun tan lotion to get ready to head South on Saturday, I really, really want to pull out the old Lake N Sea and hitch it up…
But knowing that when I get back, it will be the first week in April, and that means pulling out all our Classic cars and boats, and start cruisin…
The lark was owned by Kevfin,it is one that he popped off his original,all glass,I will do mine someday but it will have the original wood hull it was a fun shoot with some great people good weekend leaving sunday see ya soon Bill