Finally we have some up-close shots of Genevieve and we can see that she is still more or less in one piece! She is leaning forward and on her side, which means the part of the hull that is on the ground is a forward, strongly built part. That is good. Also her rudder–a potentially … More Down, But Not Out
We finally have some news. We saw this picture this morning of the Nanny Cay storage area. Most boat are toppled and it looks bad, but Genevieve is identifiable. She is on her ear, leaning over about 30 degrees and it looks like the mast is still up. We won’t know the extent of damage … More Now We Know, Kinda
Genevieve took a direct hit from hurricane Irma and we have not received any direct confirmation of how she did or even if she is still a boat rather than a pile of twisted stainless and fiberglass. Tortola was slammed and most people lost their homes, and some lost loved ones, so our First World … More Poor Virgin Islands!
We left Genevieve sleeping on land in Nanny Cay, British Virgin Islands. We have been enjoying our Summer at West Gilgo, but poor Genevieve is about to be slammed by Category 5 Hurricane Irma. We left her fully prepped to survive a blow, but a Cat 5 is an outrageously powerful storm that will flatten … More Irma is Coming!
Despite sitting right in the path of hurricane Matthew, Genevieve came through the storm unscathed as far as we can tell from marina reports from Georgia. Matthew gave us a bit of a scare, but we had left Gen in a very safe marina and had prepared her assuming a storm or two would visit … More Genevieve Takes on Matthew…and Wins!