Goodbye Gypsea Rover

As youprobablynow know, Gypsea Rover is in the process of being sold. She has been a great cruiser and kept us safe. A combination of a reasonable offer, the low Australian dollar and the opportunity to sell in USD, a bit of travel and boat fatigue and family commitments helped us make the decision.



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4 Responses to Goodbye Gypsea Rover

  1. Helen Scott says:

    Hi Sue and Brian,
    Thank you for the wonderful adventure on Gypsea Rover it was an amazing experience for me and changed my life.
    I am off to Europe on the 14th to sail in the med till November hope we can catch up later in the year
    Enjoy your the next adventures
    Lots of love Helen

  2. Angie Wharton says:

    Dear Sue and Brian

    What wonderful memories we all have of sailing with you both on Gypsea Rover.

    I’m sure that you won’t stop travelling further afield and I look forward to hearing about your recent voyages.

    I’m off to France on June 13 for 2 weeks of cruising. I’ll be back on July 19 and look forward to a good catch up with you.

    Love Angie

  3. Mavis Sheedy says:

    Dear Sue and Brian,
    I treasure my memories of sailing with you in New Zealand and Indonesia and I wish you both the very best for your adventures to come.
    A fond farewell to Gypsea Rover.

  4. Anne & Denis says:

    So sad yet so many great memories. Must be hard to move on after such great times. Maybe even harder than Sue giving up her practice. Am sure that there is life after ‘the boat’. Looking forward to see what new directions and opportunities you will pursue. Best wishes from us both. Anne and Denis.

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