19 Photos - Sep 13, 2010
Photo: Good Point, Port Tack, close hauled,  racing on a Wednesday night, Lyttelton Harbour. Phil at the tiller, 1st place on handicap that night. We won a bottle of rumPhoto: Good Point, Port Tack, close hauled,  racing on a Wednesday night, Lyttelton Harbour. Phil at the tiller, 1st place on handicap that night. We won a bottle of rum!Photo: Good Point, Port Tack, close hauled, racing on a Wednesday night, Lyttelton Harbour.Photo: Good Point,  'Goose Winged'  racing on a Wednesday night, Lyttelton Harbour.Photo: Getting ready for a sail, Naval Point Club, Lyttelton, Mike & TrevorPhoto: This was taken on the 2008 charity race with Smith City. The club and yacht owners raised over $30,000 on this eventPhoto: Good Point at the Naval Point jetty before her new name was attached, she used to be called Pugwash!Photo: Starboard view on Lyttelton harbourPhoto: Ready for an evening sail - Good Point - Lyttelton HarbourPhoto: The Port cabin winch is used for hauling up the mainsailPhoto: The new 4" diameter compass has been fitted to comply with MSA safety standards, note it records the vessels healing angle too.Photo: Our safety equipment, EPIRB, First Aid, Life Jackets, Rocket flares, Hand flares, Smoke flares, Radar reflector, Motoring signals, Fire extinguishers, Fire & bailing buckets, Touches, Charts, Almanacs, MOB lights, Safety harness's, Grapnel, Nav equipment and more!!!Photo: Our MSA Operations Manual for the vessel, its over 80 pages!, to the left is our ships log, all commercial vessels have to maintain both of these documents.Photo: Our control panel and VHF radio. Our callsign is ZMT 3885Photo: Storage of life jackets, safety harness's, Rig cutters are stored in the Starboard locketsPhoto: This is a view of the companion way & Galley.Photo: Here you can see the hull construction on Good Point. She is constructed of double diagonal kahiketea over stringers and beams, copper rivets and epoxy coated with a fibre glass outer. This gives a beautiful craftsman finish-feel inside and a modern low-maintenance look outside.Photo: A view of the cabin from the companionway. There is 6'2" standing room.Photo: