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The simple comment that Changed My Life Forever Better

Seven years ago today, this little fella, aka Barney the Yorkshire Terror, changed my life in ways and degrees that I am still unable to fully comprehend.  More accurately, it was seeing him for the first time in the short 25 second video below that captured my...

New Arrivals = Mount Up! XPM78-01 Möbius Progress Update 02-06, 2020

New Arrivals = Mount Up! XPM78-01 Möbius Progress Update 02-06, 2020

This will be a much shorter blog post than usual (lucky you!) as it was just a one day work week at Naval Yachts this week with them being closed from Nov. 3-10.  However, as usual there was still some very exciting new developments and new arrivals this past week...

Fire, Feet & Fans – XPM78-01 Möbius Progress Update Oct 26-31, 2020

This week’s Progress Update is like they used to say on Sesame Street “Brought to you by the letter F” as Team Möbius worked on installing the FIRE Suppression System, FANS for extracting air out of the boat and getting Mr. Gee and his new literal Mate the Nogva CPP...

Flying high over a magical world

Flying high over a magical world

As Wayne mentioned in his blog this week, we took a couple of days away from the boatyard to see one of Turkey’s most visited and photographed regions: Cappadocia, famous for the unique “fairy chimney” structures on the landscape, cave dwellings, and the underground...

Wayne

The simple comment that Changed My Life Forever Better

Seven years ago today, this little fella, aka Barney the Yorkshire Terror, changed my life in ways and degrees that I am still unable to fully comprehend.  More accurately, it was seeing him for the first time in the short 25 second video below that captured my...

Jiminy Cricket! Möbius is OFFICIALLY a REAL BOAT!

As you will soon see, Summer is not the only thing that is officially here.  Captain Christine has now officially registered XPM78-01 Möbius with the Jersey Ships Registry in the island Port of Jersey and I can’t resist the chance to start off this week’s update...

Captain Christine’s 2020 Birthday Adventure

Captain Christine, AKA my Beautiful Bride, completed her latest circumnavigation of the sun this past Sunday March 15th and as is our policy, we give experiences for gifts rather than “things” so we flew over to London for a few days as one of her experiential gifts...

2 for the price of 1??

Well as you might have noticed time got away from me and I didn’t succeed in getting the Weekly Update posted for last week.  But wait, I’ve got some great excuses!  The week was not only more densely packed than ever with the ever increasing progress on...

Christine

The simple comment that Changed My Life Forever Better

Seven years ago today, this little fella, aka Barney the Yorkshire Terror, changed my life in ways and degrees that I am still unable to fully comprehend.  More accurately, it was seeing him for the first time in the short 25 second video below that captured my...

Flying high over a magical world

Flying high over a magical world

As Wayne mentioned in his blog this week, we took a couple of days away from the boatyard to see one of Turkey’s most visited and photographed regions: Cappadocia, famous for the unique “fairy chimney” structures on the landscape, cave dwellings, and the underground...

Video Tours of XPM78-01 Möbius; July 15, 2020

Merhaba as we say here in Turkey, to all our faithful blog readers.  Just for a change of pace, this is Christine here and I wanted to let you know that we have heard all your many requests asking for a video tour showing the current stage of construction of our new...

Jiminy Cricket! Möbius is OFFICIALLY a REAL BOAT!

As you will soon see, Summer is not the only thing that is officially here.  Captain Christine has now officially registered XPM78-01 Möbius with the Jersey Ships Registry in the island Port of Jersey and I can’t resist the chance to start off this week’s update...

MÖBIUS will be all-PC, and we don’t mean politically correct

MÖBIUS will be all-PC, and we don’t mean politically correct

The first time I sailed across the Pacific was in 1975. This is a much younger me in Nuku Hiva in the Marquesas. We navigated with a sextant and a chronometer that we kept in a velvet-lined box. Paper charts and pencil. The only pieces of electronics gear on that...

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