Looking good with its new bottom job and waxing
Surfside Marina, fuel and great service, by the ICW and Freeport bridge, by friendly Dolphin pod
Spending nearly every weekend on our Catalina 34 ('88) since May 2010, we have so enjoyed the extra room especially with our full size retrievers, more amenities, internal AC unit, and bigger motor far more than on our old Hunter 27 (before that Hunter 23- same dogs but one was a puppy).

Specs: 1988 Catalina 34 MKI

LOA 34'6"
LWL 29'10"
Beam 11'9"
Draft 4'

Displacement: 12,550 lbs
Ballast: 5,600 lbs

Fresh water 77 gallons
Fuel 23 gallons

Auxiliary horse power engine: 23

Insulated compartment, painted engine to reduce rust
Full Dodger/ Windshield for the cockpit. Full zip up & scoop window. It is finished, 10 months later. We may have a windshield. Hooray, no more spitting nasty saltwater on those cold and windy days, and cooler in the cockpit with the covers.
New windshield with smiley scoop: had to wait
Garhauer Dinghy Davits: makes life a whole lot easier

 New Mastervolt AGM batteries:

Galvanic Isolater: lengthens the life of the zincs by the propeller and protects the propeller.

Solar Panels ready to go off the grid while cruising...

Updated electrical wiring throughout

New Marine Air (heater/AC)

New Refrigeration and Freezer box

Portable Ice Maker, Kold Front, a must for cruisers.
The knotty wench's galley and beverages

Captain's lantern
We are staying on board even more since work has brought us closer to the boat. Now we just need to sell the house.  Hurricanes are no more a concern since we got hit by 2 hurricane (level 1), so far from the coast. Main thing is when it comes just get out of the way.
Winged Keel
Sailing across Galveston Bay
Harborwalk Marina, Dickinson, TX
New cushion covers: long wait for finished covers
Installing the Seatalk for the new autohelm
Our Boston Whaler "New Toy"

Hobie 14 monohull sailboat moved to MS by the lake