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Amelie Rose's Bow Carvings What do we DO all Winter?

Especially towards the end of the season one of the most commonly asked questions on the boat is “so what do you do all winter?” I suspect that folks think that it’s all “feet up on a foreign beach” but sadly the truth is a little more prosaic...

 

Amelie Rose at Brest 2012 2016 Schedule is go, go, GO!

With spring (hopefully) just around the corner it’s time to shake off the winter blues and look forward to a long hot summer of fabulous adventures. It’s been a while in the making but Amelie Rose’s 2016 schedule is now available on the website for your perusal. It’s packed with great adventures and is already selling like hot cakes…
 

Missy at home with the Amelie Rose At home aboard the Amelie Rose

I’ve often been asked the question “Do you live aboard the Amelie Rose?” and the answer has always been a fairly emphatic “no”. However, simplifying my life and living aboard a boat has been a part of my longer term vision since Melisa and I split. For various reasons I’d always imagined this being aboard another boat (Amelie Rose is a handful) but when I was issued notice on the Bere Regis cottage I thought “why not just get on with it?”
 

Amelie Rose on her new mooring Amelie Rose and the beautiful Beaulieu

If you’ve been checking out our 2016 schedule you’ll have probably noticed that we’ve moved our base of operations from Poole to Beaulieu this year. It’s a beautiful river and the perfect base for exploring the Solent but this isn’t the main reason. When I first explored the idea of living aboard I was concerned that Poole Town Quay wouldn’t be ideal due to the lack of places for able seadog Missy to enjoy her shore-leave...
 

Crikey - It's Nearly May! Skippers Log: Crikey! It’s nearly May

A new year of Skippers logs and we’ve a new Skipper to boot. So without further ado, here’s Diggs with his very first entry:
"It’s very nearly the May Day Bank Holiday as I write this, and I’ve been reflecting on how the rapid passing of time has been echoed by my experiences of taking over as Skipper aboard the Amelie Rose…
 

Amelie Rose passing Portland Bill Songs of Praise for Proper Boats

We’ve all heard the argument that goes “traditional boats are old fashioned and hard to sail and the modern yacht does it all so much better because it’s light and computer designed and sails to windward and is easier to handle” and so on. But, dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to look at this thought a little more closely...
 
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