Follow Joe and Leah aboard SENECA


SENECA is a 1977 Pearson 28-1 sailboat. I am working on adding more info about her and the changes I made to bring her from the wonderful weekend cruiser she was to the live aboard sailboat and home for me and Leah, my First Dog. dscf3588.jpg


  1. Go Joe–you have a chance to do something here for the P28-1 that no one has done before that I’m aware of.

    Comment by Phillip Reid | September 11, 2007 | Reply

  2. JOE!!
    Glad to see you are living the life everybody dreams of. I always knew you would. This website will provide some vicarious living for me. Thanks. I got this website from Shawn who I discovered on Facebook. Glad to see you are embracing the sea. I finally got certified to scuba dive 3 years ago. Come to NY and meet my wife. I miss you broheem. Glad you are alive and well.

    Comment by Fucking Fran in NYC | November 12, 2008 | Reply

  3. Cool blog! cool life! Thanks for posting – great stuff. I have an Ericson 28 in Chicago – perfect size boat. (Your weather is much better, especially now)

    Comment by forexctas | January 4, 2009 | Reply

  4. Hi Joe, I also own a 1977 Pearson 28 that I’m working on in preparation for a trip south to the islands in the fall. Currently she is near Cambridge MD but I live in Canada, so I drive down, work on her for a few days, then go home to work on projects and buy more boat stuff. You have a bimini… is it a custom job? Carver makes pretty nice biminis for about $400. that should work for me. I don’t suppose you have those measurements for the height and width do you? It would be the height from the point where it attaches on the combing. If not, I’ll get it on the next trip…
    I’m glad you made the trip in your Pearson. It is an underrated older gem of a sailboat.
    Fair winds and cold beers Joe!

    Comment by Zack | July 3, 2010 | Reply

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