STBSP Ep, 90, Marine Arts Workshop founder Marcus Asante.

by JeffreyWettig | July 3rd, 2018

Marcus Asante of Marine Arts Workshop sailing the Chesapeake Bay.

Welcome to this episode of The Shooting The Breeze Sailing Podcast (STBSP), number 90, with friend of the show, former guest, Baltimore Sailor, Musician, History Buff, and Community Leader, Marcus Asante. We chat about many things, including an upcoming event Marine Arts Workshop and Richardson Maritime Museum in Cambridge, MD are holding on August 4th and 5th that will feature hands on boatyard work combined with a fun sailing regatta for 15 young people from the community. The event is called the Underground Railroad Freedom Regatta Weekend. There is a bit of an update on boat projects, some talk surrounding the Paceship PY26, The Volvo Ocean race, and much, much more. It’s a fun and long chat I enjoyed very much!
On a personal note, I hope to be floating, and not sinking, by the end of this week. I knew this project would be tough, nobody ever really speaks to the stress and frustration projects like this force you to deal with. On one hand, this took way longer than I thought it would, but on the other hand I can’t believe more than six months has gone by, but hopefully the spending will go way down, and the enjoyment factor will go way up, all very soon! There are still a ton of projects to be done, but hopefully they can be balanced out with some fun in the sun and on the water and on the wind. We’ll talk about it all soon enough!
Sail on!
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Intro Music by yours truly and Greg Young, available via The Incoherents. The Lean Years Volume 2, on Itunes.
Break music, “Wild Winds of Misfortune” by Leo Disanto of The Vinegar Creek Constituency, and “The Wild Rover” as performed by The Ogham Stones
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