Ted Brewer, Cape North 43, Sailing Yacht

Ted Brewer, Cape North 43, Sailing Yacht




Jul 2009

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

My sloop "New Moon" (a one masted sailboat) is in mint condition and is equipped to sail anywhere on planet three. She is for charter or exchange. She has two berths (bedrooms, one with a king sized bed), two heads (bathrooms, with hot and cold water showers), complete galley (kitchen), all electronics, a Yanmar 57-hp diesel engine, a dinghy (with a 5-hp outboard engine), gas grill, flat screen tv with DVD and, stero. She sleeps seven. And, a captain and a cook/crew member can be hired. I have camping equipment on board; two tents, charcoal grill, chairs and, all sorts of toys and games for kids as well as adults.


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Where is it?


Subic Bay is the old US Naval Base and US ships still dock there. The base is huge (bigger than Rhode Island), mostly tropical rain forest, with fine restaurants, all sorts of water sports, musueams, clubs and bars. The Subic Bay Yacht Club (SBYC), has a huge pool, sauna, hot tubs, beauty salon, massage and gum facilities, restaurants, tennis courts, bowling, and hosts a variety of seasonal events. I race my boat in Subic Bay as well, with a friend and Captain, one Ray Wolfe (Wolfe Marine, Inc.). There are a vast number of beach resorts with pools, restaurants, etc. dotting the shoreline of Subic Bay. Three hours by boat and, your at Port Silingin which is simply beautiful. Near white sand beaches, no roads, houses, hotels, restaurants, electricity, cell phone service, or anything else. There are only a few Nepa (grass) huts on shore and you can camp on the beach, build a bonfire, fish, scuba and snorkle. The coral is wonderful, you can see down 60+ feet. There is seldom another boat anchored there. And, it's safe! The few natives who fish in the south China Sea, are very friendly and, they will visit and try to sell you fresh fish, octopus, crabs, etc. I have stayed there for up to five days at a time before heading back to the Yacht Club to ice-up. and, Port Silingin (don't be confused by the word "Port") is huge and faces West with sunsets over the South China Sea. This is a place that has everything that a bay should, namely, nothin'

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