NZ’s Mast I-Culture has begun early…
Here on our NZ shores, our unusually heavy rainy season has brought our annual Mast I-Culture season early this year and baby masts are now being spotted all along the Waitemata shores near the Silo Marina and the Wynyard wharves, all headed towards NZ’s Super Yachticulture!
Our brands in NZ are grown from the finest timbers, alloys, steel, carbon fibers, and all things imaginable… Super Yachts love us here!
It’s what we do this time of year, during the rainy season…
We plant super yacht masts here, for NZ’s Super Yachticulture.
We’re also on Facebook over here: http://facebook.com/GrowinMastsInNZ
April 24th, a bit past 10PM… this would be about the 50th heavy rainy downpour,
of this day so far, and the thunder with its very great roar is very close by!
Our unusual Rainy Season has begun!
From the drought pulled through last month,
to these now daily torrential downpours… betcha I know what Noah was thinking>>> How wet can it get and anybody seen that bimini guy yet?
If maybe, in the past, all it took, was 40 days and 40 nights, just as well I’m up the hill, what have we got left, another 30 days?
Ah, it will never happen again, right? Of course not! Ya right!
We made it through 2012…
so how wet can it get?
Hmm, and it just so happens to be… the full moon time as well. We’ll see!
March 2013… this is our mimbilized tuneage of the season, as we slip in & out of our summer’s 30°C’s & back into our 20′s here. It’s still an awesome summer here in New Zealand and the
biggest ever recorded drought with water reserves very low, makes you wonder, our sub-tropical shores continually turning a dried out brown and no rain in sight, yet as Meg & I venture by the sea with our smiles daily, the sea still remains blue.
Call it what you may, a bit eccentric maybe, but I think it’s going to become a necessity for massive desalination programs to be set in place for Auckland & other places here on our New Zealand shores, as if these dry summer seasons continue, it’s only a matter of time before they are going to run out of water… of course that’s simply my opinion, coming from a bit of a Buccaneers point of view, and of course I’d like broker that deal.
Meanwhile, my 1st mate Privateer DaMeggie Oe & I are enjoying the remainders of this summer & we hope you are too!
I popped on down to the Wynyard Wharf on Thursday the 7th to take a look around…
The Southern Trust Classic Yacht Regatta 2013 in Auckland, NZ, was set to sail and sailed it did through the weekend of the 8th to the 10th… all were such lovely boats and those of you I met, a fine lot of wonderful sailors you are!
If you are on Facebook, I’ve posted some additional pics over HERE
Outside the Viaduct Events Centre, this weekend, there were so many eye catching classic yachts to be seen, and many moored up alongside the wharfs there and in between they were out racing on the Hauraki Gulf, the most spectacular sights to see! The Southern Trust Classic Yacht Regatta 2013.
The Wynyard Wharfs, always showing such beauties unto their own, a wonderful place for new views each and every day… and this is why I love the Wynyard’s as much as I do!
Welcome to February 2013!
Port or the Starboard, it could come from either side and there’s still so much yet to sea!
Like no other seen before, filled with Life at its best, its worst and all else in between, as we near 2012′s magnificent end, with DaMeggie Oe & myself, there is Peace before us
and we wish you the same…
Have a fantastic New Year’s Eve everyone, now quit standing around and let’s get into it…
New Years 2013 is almost here & may this be the best year we’ve all ever known!!!