As the tittle says this week has been little to no progress on Kata Brava. The first part of the week was wet, wet and wet therefore no welding took place. However Tommy brought down all the new plates that will be needed to insert in the various places so in a way thats progress.
On Wednesday Cheryl and I took to the skies as we left Charleston for Holland via Philadelphia. We were greeted in Amsterdam with sub zero degree temperatures and snow, a real contrast to the weather we have been having in Charleston.
The purpose of the trip was to meet our possible future bosses to be. Yes for us to achieve and reach our goal with Kata Brava we will have to work a little longer. We had a very successful meeting, saw the yacht which was very impressive in its final stages of the build and got along great with the owners. In short we were offered the job and we accepted it with arms wide open as it is exactly what we have been looking for; for a long time. More information will be revealed later so make sure to keep following us as this will bring an adventure of a lifetime with a one of a kind program…
We are now back in Charleston South Carolina and work will carry on as normal on Kata Brava until we are required to start in Holland which will be in May. This is perfect for us as this will allow us to carry on with what we started on Kata Brava, move forward with the work list and hopefully leave only a small list for when we return.