FRESH WATER TANK
2002 Monk 36 Two Owner Boat. Current Owner Has Had Since 5/2004 (172 Hours)
For seventeen years Safe Return’s home port was in fresh water in a covered slip. It was brought to Zimmerman Marine in September 2020 for a refurb.
All Exterior Brightwork Refinished 2021/2022
New Bottom Paint 2022
Last Time Zincs Were Changed 11/2019
Engine Serviced 11/2021(oil, Filter, Impeller)
New Engine Oil Pan Gasket 11/2021
Generator Serviced 11/2021 (Oil, Filter, Impeller)
New Windlass 2021
New Bow Thruster Impeller 2022
Safe Harbor has cruised the Chesapeake Bay (extensively) and all trips began at home port in Occoquan, Va.
Other trips include; Rhode Island via Hudson River, East River, and Long Island Sound.
Canada – Little Loop. Up the Hudson River to Eerie Canal, west to Oswego Canal, north to Lake Ontario, north to Kingston, north on Rideau Canal to Ottawa, East on the Ottawa River to the Saint Lawrence River, ENE to Sorel, south on the Richelieu Canal to Lake Champlain, south to the Champlain Canal, south to the Hudson River.
Another trip to Canada, years later, was to the Trent-Severn Waterway then to Georgian Bay and return.Passed through the Peterborough hydraulic lift locks and the Big Chute railway lock. This trip, again, used the Eerie and Oswego Canals.
A trip to the Bahamas used the ICW to Miami. Then to Bimini and Nassau. Went down to the Exuma islands and then returned to Florida.
Another trip to Florida via the ICW was to Key West. Went south to Stuart, FL via the ICW, and then across Lake Okeechobee to Ft. Myers. Then south along the west coast to Key West. Then up the east coast of Florida to the ICW and home.
A third trip to Florida was a cruise down the St. Johns River to Sanford and return.
A fourth trip south was intended to be a return to the Bahamas. Made it to Jacksonville, Florida, but the trip was aborted due to medical issues.
Separate trips to Maine, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket.
Numerous little trips around the Chesapeake Bay.
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