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This is why we say 'SHE' about a ship

Here you have the explanation as to why we say 'she' about a ship:
1. May be controlled by a man.
2. Takes the power in unattended moments.
3. Cannot endure overwork.
4. Changes name when she changes ownership.
5. Is generally expensive to rig.
6. Costs more in maintenance than the owner had thought.
7. Can pull a man into the depths.
8. May be painted and rigged before she goes out.
9. Over the years becomes troublesome and difficult to handle.

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Danae Yacht, International Yacht Brokerage

The sales advert.
We purchase this beautiful boat.

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October 12

The harbor of Sæby where KAJEMI is moored.
KAJEMI will be renamed GAIA: Primordial Goddess of the Earth.
Gaia was the great mother of all: the primal Greek Mother Goddess; creator and giver of birth to the Earth and all the Universe. Her equivalent in the Roman pantheon was Terra.
GAIA is our walk-to-earth on the sea!

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October 13

Route Sæby-Hals-Grenå-Kerteminde.

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October 14 ß 15

Blasted in Grenå.

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October 16

Arrival at the port of Kerteminde.

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October 19

Moving personal affairs from one boat to the other.

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During October, November and December

Outfitting cleaned and polished.

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At the end of October

Gaia still docked in the harbor of Kerteminde because some electrical contacts are not working as expected.

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November 1

Winter season port space in Nyborg.

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November 14

New Volvo motors zinc anodes and 4 new Start Locks.

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November 15

8 new zinc anodes 3/8" for the heat exchangers from Tecnoseal.

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November 21

New fuel filters for both engines.
2 fuel prefilter.

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December 4

New temperature sensor to the portside motor.