Monthly Archives: August 2009

More News For Tonight’s Event – Auction Items

Joe -

Just came from seeing Andy, John & Josh. They brought some great stuff with them for tonight!!!!

Capt. Andy’s Cowboy Hat that we wore on the show – he will autograph it for you!!!

Time Bandit shirts & hats

Autographed Time Bandit Jackets

Deadliest Catch Helly Hansen Fleece Jackets

and more!!!!!

We will also be selling John & Andy’s book – we have a limited number available – $20 each

at the ticket table. If you can’t come to the event and want a book, just come to the Gloucester House between 5:30 and 6:30 tonight. Get them while they last!!!

Time Bandit by Johnathan Hillstrand: Book Cover

http://www.goodmorninggloucester.com

WhaZat? #1 Another prize!

We’ll try something new this week. Instead of a location, we’ll be identifying the object, item, thing, etc. This photo was from a few years back, but very identifiable. Have fun, and if gets difficult, I’ll add more clues!

This week’s winner will get a GLOSTA-phobic t-shirt!

The circles are in the correct place on the object. They’re not scrambled up.

Click on the photo for a closer view.

WhaZat 1

Deadliest Catch Gloucester Little League Event Tonight!

Hey Joey -

Just wanted to update you and the GMG readers about Today’s fundraiser to benefit Gloucester Little League featuring Andy & Jonathan Hillstrand from the Time Bandit.

My phone is ringing off the hook today with people calling looking to see if we still have tickets. The calls are coming from all over Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Maine.  I am hopeful that this event will be a sell-out, as was last year’s event featuring Sig Hansen.

Looking forward to seeing everybody there for a fun evening.

Kristin

It Doesn’t Suck – The Mea Culpa

From the McMullen & Wing website-

This 130ft Jack Sarin designed composite Yachtfisher has been specified with the highest level of finish and equipment. Mea Culpa is powered by a pair of 12V4000M90 MTU Diesels each producing 2735hp. Her interior is finished in Honduras Mahogany, and includes a very comprehensive audiovisual package and worldwide electronics. Mea Culpa is designed to tour the world, and has a cruising speed in excess of 20 knots.

Here are more pictures from the naval architect and Mea Culpa designer’s website, Jack Sarin

Mea Culpa Mega Yacht Pulls Up To State Fish Pier For Fuel

Mea Culpa Mega Yacht Pulls Up To State Fish Pier For Fuel

video at 1PM