“There is nothing –absolutely nothing–half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.” Kenneth Grahame
Aldebaran is a custom 42ft trimaran, built in 1968 in Honolulu. See what a typical day at anchor is like, hosted by one of our tallest friends Alex (6’5) while we were in Huahine, French Polynesia.
There are 3 double beds, so we sleep 6 people below decks – and there’s always the nets!
There are two sinks – one in the galley and the other in the head. Both operate on foot pumps.
There’s a fold-out table in the cabin and a removable table in the cockpit, where we eat most meals.
55hp Isuzu Diesel engine and cutter rig under sail!
BELOW THE WATERLINE
GREAT DECK SPACE
What we do
SUNSET SAIL WITH FRIENDS
HIKING IN THE ISLANDS
SEEING AWESOME ORCAS
THROWING A PARTY NOW AND THEN
YOGA & MEDITATION
HANGING WITH THE SEA LIONS
COILING LINE / PUTTING FRIENDS TO WORK!
MAKING SMOOTHIES AND OTHER CULINARY DELIGHTS
AND GETTING KINDA SILLY…!