Thursday, 13 June 2019

New Log Book Address

The Kevayling online log book has a new redirect address, this is
www.kevayling.uk

So, the log book can now be accessed via
www.kevayling.uk
www.kevayling.co.uk
www.electricfilofax.co.uk

The choice is yours. 😀

Thursday, 18 April 2019

New Boat in the Family

The start of the 2019 boating season welcomes Cymantha & Stewart, our daughter and son-in-law, to the world of inshore boating.

Having spent the winter months completely overhauling their newly acquired Sealine 19 Weekender they have now secured moorings at Queenborough Harbour, down river from our home marina in Chatham. They have done an excellent job on the boat and she handles beautifully with a completely refurbished interior.

Fun days ahead as they 'learn the ropes' of inshore cruising.


Friday, 15 March 2019

Improvement to Log Book

Came across a lovely little app a week on so ago called 'Blue Boat Log'. I had tried it over a year ago but it didn't fit our need or provide any additional features to the main Kevayling log book.
Now the author has been busy and produced an upgraded version of the app which is really good.
In essence it provides a track of your trip with date, distance and time data as well as an ability to add a story of your trip with photos. Embedding this into the Kevayling log it now means we can record all trips on the water in our boat or crewing someone else's.
Blue Boat Log - worth a look.

Saturday, 16 February 2019

Early Start to 2019

With the spring like weather that we have suddenly had in February we decided to get to and prepare Kevayling for the 2019 season. So here we are on 16th February and already we have serviced both engines, washed her down and fitted our two new berth mattresses in the aft cabin, things that we normally undertake in March.

Just a few tidying things to do inside and we are ready to cruise!

So looking forward to cruising with with friends and family this year, with Cymantha & Stewart, our daughter and son-in-law, having their first boat moored in Queenborough Harbour, an hours run down river, plus Rochester Cruising Club.