A shot of Vingilótë’s saloon, taken from the bow to the cockpit outside. Kitchen to the right, freezers and fridge to the left:
A few shots of Vingilótë’s cockpit (the outside seating area):
More photos of Vingilótë under sail at her sea trials in St. Francis Bay:
Vingilótë’s Code 0. Tri-Radial cut light gray WharpDrive, with her name in Elvish printed in blood red.
Vingilótë’s launch. I love the picture of me walking with Jonathan and Roger Paarman. Roger runs the factory, Jonathan the shop floor. They’re awesome, they make magic happen. As to breaking the bottle of bubbly: “I name thee Vingilótë and I beseech the gods to grant you safe passage in your voyages.”
Some of the livelier bits and tighter squeezes of getting a 26,000 pound, 52.5’ long, 29’ wide (12 ton, 16m, 8.4m) boat into the harbor.
Vingilótë sits beautifully on the water. Of course she rides way high as she is at almost dry weight.