Westerly Owners Association
Following publication of the September 1999 Used Boat Survey of the Westerly Centaur 26, we received correspondence from Joe Douglas, editor of the American Westerly Owners Association newsletter. To sign up, contact Joe Douglas at PO Box 637, Goodland, FL 34140; 941/642-6526 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We were particularly interested to read in the latest issue that Stephen Roundtree and Kathleen Becker had completed a 32-day passage in a Centaur from Long Island, New York to Sligo, Ireland. We first met Stephen years ago in Newport Harbor, while mucking about with our Danny Greene-designed nesting dinghy. Turned out that Stephen had built the same model. Soon after, Stephen founded the company Nautitools.
Beginning January 15, 2000, Chartracker to the Intracoastal Waterway, Norfolk to Jacksonville, the new piloting guide to the ICW, will be updated on a quarterly basis in January, April, July and October. The up-to-date data may be found on the web site of the publisher, Seaworthy Publications, at the web address below. Those without access to the Internet may send a stamped self-addressed envelope to the publisher and the updates will be mailed to them. Seaworthy Publications, Inc., 507 Sunrise Dr., Port Washington, WI 53074; www.seaworthy.com
Whitby 42/Brewer Association
Owners of Whitby 42 and Brewer 12.8 and 44 ketches have a valuable resource in the Whitby 42/Brewer Sailboat Association. The editor and secretary, Bernard Boykin, publishes a useful newsletter with correspondence from other owners that covers solving problems (such as the 42s need for a larger rudder), cruising, and boats for sale. Cost is $10 per year. Contact Boykin at 1919 Ruxton Rd., Baltimore, MD 21204-3510; 410/828-5690; email email@example.com and www.bcpl.net/bcboykin/whitby_brewer_sailboats.html.