After months of big jobs at the boatyard, marinemotion® was proud to have Chaton Mouille' on the dock last season, and all around the waters near Newport, Block Island and Annapolis.
All systems were running well, and we made tons of adjustments and upgrades over the season.
Pretty much sailed every weekend and many weeks, and had lots of guests aboard for B&B stays on the dock in Newport, or weekend cruises from Block Island to Cutty Hunk.
Our offshore adventure to Annapolis proved our vessels pedigree in less than desirable sailing conditions. She's a safe, stable and swift sailing platform.
We tucked her away again for the winter, and this season we're looking forward to some new canvas work, spit and polish and and even more guests aboard to share food, fun and our beautiful sailing region.
We just gave her twin Volvo Penta 50's a nice long run and they're running sweet as can be.
She can entertain 6-8 couples at 4 salon and cockpit dining tables with a gourmet galley, and offers a spacious platform for lounging in the sun and enjoying watersports in season.
Looking forward to seeing her on the water in the 2017 season as the photo platform for streaming live video of local racing and marine events to our marinemotion® network, and playing nice with guests aboard for sunset dinners and afternoon cruises in Newport and Narragansett Bay.
Inquire about sailing or dining with us in 2017.
blow em up and get a workout!
The Raymarine E120 is a big screen multi-function network chartplotter designed for serious recreational boaters. A number of dedicated pushbuttons and five multi-use soft keys make this unit easy to operate in any mode.
The E120 display will connect to and display a variety of information from numerous sources. Several radar options are available, from a 2Kw 18-inch dome style up to units with a 6-foot open array antenna and 10Kw of power.
raymarine e120 The Raymarine E120 has been around for several years and remains a mainstay in the recreational market. It will also display data from a black box sounder, the Raystar GPS module, an AIS receiver, and a Sirius weather and radio receiver.
Stream your favorite shows via your hotspot on our smart TV, and even watch live TV when we're near a signal.
The best helmsman on the boat! Dial it in and relax, or tie it into a plot on the E-120
Pair your phones to our Fusion Stereo with 3 zones and enjoy your tunes and entertainment in the salon and out in the cockpit
Viewable on our E-120 navigation center
Picking up and boosting your internet provider's signal wherever possible
Highly efficient fully battened mainsail.
Old school balloon... colorful downwind sail
Small cutter sail for effective balance when reefed
Electric Windlass helps make anchoring effortless.
50 amp capable set of 4 solar panels keep the batteries charged up efficiently
Safety first... self deploying Emergency Position Information Reporting Beacon.. just in case
located in the Galley / Salon ares
Share your voyage with all your friends online LIVE with our Spot Tracker. .. just ask us for the link to our live tracking page
12 jackets onboard
Throwable Recovery Device
Full size gimbaled stove makes cooking at sea a breeze... and an oven big enough to bake bread is a big plus for Chaton.
One deep top loading fridge keeps ice and frozen goods frozen for ages... front loading fridge makes for convenient access to the fresh stuff!
The shrink wrap is finally off this weekend and nearly all the deck hatches have brand new glass! Better yet, the great guys from Noreast Marine installed a new airconditioning/heater unit in our port side central air system, so we're ready for the summer heat and I'm cozy warm in the cool spring nights. Next big addition, new stainless, oversized lifelines coming for the stern. Stay tuned!
Chaton has a few fresh patches of Coppercoat where we didn't have time to complete them last season, the running gear and zincs are updated, and she's cradled in the trailer ready to launch at high tide tomorrow. Images to follow.
Chaton's new site is just rolling out! Check out www.charterchaton.com
Visited Chaton last night of for the first time in months... freezing in the boatyard of course but dry as a bone inside. Great to get aboard again, even if she's not floating .