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Here are some pics we took when we purchased the Addiction as well as some of our trips with friends:

On the hard


We hauled her for a survey and received very impressive marks from the experts! Here are some of Addiction's particulars: Newport 30 MKlll 1981, Builder: Capital Yachts, Dimensions - LOA: 30'6, LWL: 26'6, Beam: 10'8, Displacement: 8,500, Ballast: 2,500, Draft: 5'1, Cruising Speed: 6.5, Tankage - Fuel: 30, Water: 70, Holding: 17, Galley - 3 burner alcohol stove with oven (gimballed), stainless steel sink with cold water foot pump, electric and manual bilge pump, serving counter. Electronics - Knotmeter, depth sounder, GPS, VHF radio, cassette player-AM/FM Radio Electrical - 12 volt lighting throughout, (2) 12 volt 100 amp batteries, interior instrument panel, 110 volt shore power with (5) outlets. Deck - White hull with brown trim. Bow pulpit with mid rail, bow anchor chain and rode, split stern pulpit with transom ladder, stanchions with double life lines and gates, stainless steel rudder post, emergency tiller, navigation lights, anodized engine panel with tach gauges and fuel gauge, pedestal steering with compass and brake, dodger, two ice chests.



This is Sierra Nevada. He has been sailing with me since he was 5 months old! He turns 9 in June 2001. Just about the best sailing partner you could ever want (he can even recycle). I think he likes sailing and hanging on the boat with captain and crew.


Here we are on the hook for dinner with friends in SF! We are on our way to a fireworks spectacular on the bay called "KABOOM!". Our first night crossing of the bay too!