Many happenings at Sage this month:
- Sage 15 SageCat was prepped for and took part in the Wrinkleboat Ran-Tan on Lake Pleasant, AZ.
- Completed another Sage 17 that Dave is currently taking to her owners in Florida.
- Two more Sage 17s are in the shop being assembled by Greg for their owners.
- Matt is busy modifying the Sage 15 molds for resin infusion.
- Preparations being made for the Third Annual Colorado Indoor Messabout
Details (or some details with more to come) –
The Wrinkleboat Ran-Tan was held on Lake Pleasant, AZ, the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend (Jan. 15-16-17-18, ’16). SageCat was on the water for the second time. Jerry has a summary of his experience here on the Sage Marine forum –
More in-depth reporting is coming.
Sage 15 SageCat on the custom trailer about the depart for the Wrinkleboat Ran-Tan.
Dave, meaning me as I’m typing this post, is on the way to Florida with a brand new Sage 17 –
A rest stop in Louisiana on the way to Florida. The above boat features all exterior wood replaced with Starboard (plastic ‘teak’) and custom cabin windows.
Multiple Sage 17s are in the shop being prepared for their owners –
Sage 17 SEAK is now on her way to Florida. Two more Sage 17s in the background being assembled.
Matt is almost done with the Sage 15 hull mold modifications for resin infusion. Once done he begins testing of resin flow rates in preparation to making hulls. While doing this Matt begins modifying the other S15 molds (ie, deck, hull line, etc) for resin infusion.
The Colorado Indoor Messabout will be 20 February 2016 at Sage Marine. CLICK here for last years’s messabout report.
Third Annual Colorado Winter Indoor Messabout
When – Saturday, February 20, 2016 — 1 to 6 pm
Where – Sage Marine — 820 Spyderco Drive, Golden CO (metal building North of SpyderCo building, entrance is on the West side – shipping containers out front)
Cost – $ 00000000000000000000.00
Agenda – Free flowing dialog, large screen TV available to show off your boat/boating trip/boat project/almost anything boatish) from a flash drive. We welcome anyone having a boat project (completed or in progress) to bring it along and be prepared for discussion. There will be space and time for you to say a few words, but only if you want to. It’s a very very informal setting.
Food – Light snacks and beverages will be provided. you are welcome to bring something to share, but definitely not required.
Hosts – Dave Scobie, Johnny Walker & Paul Breeding
See you on the 20th; Dave, Johnny & Paul
PS – You do not need to live in Colorado to be invited, feel free to share this with your boating friends.