Images – Jan ’13

I’ve found some more pictures to share and a couple of these will need to be identified if you can.

So, who figured out that the mystery Sealine in Images – Oct ’12 was an SC42?

For this months mystery boat, I’ve got a stern view of a flybridge reflected in the water.  If you need a clue; there is one of these for sale outside the front of the Sealine South Coast office at Hamble Point Marina…

SDIM1466 low resAnother little tester for you – where was this shot taken?  The fact that the boats are moored up ‘stern-to’ is a good clue!!

SDIM0043 low resSome self indulgence now.  I took this shot last summer in the Solent.  She’s one of the J-class yachts practising before the race the following day.

© Richard Corbett 2012… and here’s a RIB making it’s way up the Hamble River.  If you don’t recognise this part of the Hamble, that’s because it’s North of the motorway!!

© Richard Corbett 2013

If you have any boat pics, unusual boats or point of view, any partial shots that we could use for the mystery boat shot or just shots of you and the crew out on your boat, then let me know and I’ll post them on the Blog.

Happy boating, Rich -)

Fantastic!  Dan from Windermere Marina in Cumbria ( has sent me two shots of boats covered in snow – thanks Dan!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERALook at those icicles!!



The water coming out of the anchor locker drain has frozen and attached itself to the lake – crazy!

A bet Dan’s not the only person with shots of boats covered in snow.  Come on folks, dig those pics out…

This has been another Captain Corbett’s Adventure.  If I’m not on Jersey teaching a private tuition Day Skipper theory or Yachtmaster theory course, then I’m either spending time with someone on their boat, giving them the confidence to take their boat out with their family and friends on board or I’m off somewhere exotic delivering a boat. Either way, I’ll write it up and put it on the Blog for you all to see, so keep popping back to see my most recent adventures.


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