The “Sunset” at Sunset
Christopher Lewis submits-
Marjorie Morningstar is a 52 meter charter motor yacht built in 2004 by Amels in Holland. It is registered in the Cayman Islands. She was anchored off Pavillion Beach on August 18, 2011.
Take care — Christopher Lewis
Rockledge – Breathtaking oceanfront residence commanding spectacular, panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean including views of Norman’s Woe, Rafe’s Chasm, Eastern Point and the Boston Skyline. This Mediterranean style Villa was originally built for J. Harrington Walker, heir to the estate of liquer magnate Hiram Walker and has been painstakingly renovated to the highest of standards with state of the art systems and modern conveniences while maintaining its magnificent grand stature.
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
video at 1PM
Ahhhh to wake up on that porch with a cup of coffee and the sun rising over the Atlantic. The Back Shore, East Gloucester, Steps To Good Harbor Beach- Gods Country.
This East Gloucester House is for sale at a very reasonable $499,000. I haven’t been inside it or have anything financial to gain by it’s sale. I do however think it is in an incredible location close to Good Harbor Beach, steps to the Golf course, and in the heart of God’s Country- East Gloucester at 47 Beach Road. Ron Goulart and Jen Anderson have the listing. You can check it out at the website- www.JenandRon.com
I love the wraparound porch and classic lines of this house.
While there are hundreds of larger homes and more grandiose homes in Naples I dig this one. Big houses are a big PITA. Even if you had ridiculous money and a staff to maintain them, you still have to manage the staff and then that becomes a chore. I’m a firm believer that even if someone lucks into a crazy fortune that they are better off with a simpler house that doesn’t end up becoming more work than pleasure.
When I was 9 years old I visited my grandfather Captain Joe and grandmother Felicia for the first time in Naples, Fla.
It doesn’t suck.