Saturday, April 17, 2010

New train of thought.

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Rhi Coloured Glasses

Monday, April 5, 2010

Sailed it's course.

Hello all.

Here is a great video to replace this week's mid-week escape.

To all the new sailors out there, my best to you and your journeys. Remember nothing is ever as bad as it seems. A deep breathe can go a long way. Keep your boat docked close.

As all good adventures split into many paths, this guide has run it's course. I have freely given you my tips and thoughts and I am now off to live and experience. Please go calmly and never loose your sense of adventure and wonderment!


Sunday, March 28, 2010


On this the last week of classes for the PR department, I would like to propose a Bring Your Own Boat week.

That's right folks, those of you who are users of the boat theory and those who may not have tried it, sail your way to that finish line. Party Pontoon, Catamaran, Sail or High Power Speed Boat, whatever your choice.

Remember, all things can be overcome. If a situation gets too tough, think of your boat and soldier on. You will make it. I promise the sun will rise tomorrow and new opportunities are around every bend.

Monday, March 22, 2010

A calm lake and a small ripple in the reflection.

Life isn't about the destination, it's about the journey. Well take this in stride and buckle up, cause I want you to make the best of that journey!

Looking back over the past few weeks, I want to thank you all for coming on this adventure with me and sharing your thoughts and advice.

I have noticed we all have one thing in common. We are all constantly in a state of transformation. Transformation and change can often bring stress. We are all looking for tools to deal with this stress. I appreciate everyone's tips on how they deal with the everyday and not so everyday and hope you keep them coming. My boat theory has often changed for my needs and I can see it changing for your needs. I encourage you all to keep those times of reflection, breathing and sailing with you if they help to calm the stormy seas.

The journey isn't over and come on back, cause the tales of the boat trips are endless as I am always up for an adventure!

Thursday, March 18, 2010


Hey Folks. Rhiannon here with your mid-week escape.

Here's another song that brings a smile to my face and usually some crazy dance moves! Let it transport you away from your stress and onto that party pontoon!

Also, for those for you who want soemthing to rage out to. Here's one that I enjoy. It does contain some mature language, but they should all be muted out.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

A'hoy ye landlovers.

This week I would like to encourage you to take a deep breathe. Take a step back from the over-whelming work load that the upcoming spring always seems to bring.

Okay, so you're stressed. Things have to accomplished yes. I know there is no way around that fact. But you don't have to let the stress effect other parts of you're life.

Had a stressful day at work or school? May I suggest a fun radio station on the commute home, a quick picture in your mind of a beautiful sunset from the bow of your boat, a deep breathe and leave it all behind. Enjoy the time you have away from what is causing your stress. Spend some time with people you care about.

This week my recommendation is to breathe. Let it out like the tide, a nice deep breathe will refresh you.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

It's that time again!

Hello again everyone. It's time for the mid-week musical escape.

I thought I would change things up with a song that always makes me happy!

Now please enjoy, without further adieu....

Safety Dance, Men Without Hats!!!

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Picture This

A boat where dreams meet reality. Thanks to Sharon who brought this beast to my attention!

Here are some images for those of you who might be having trouble imagining your boat. If I had the money to cruise around in this I think I would certainly be more stress free.

This boat includes:
Three decks, a 25 meter pool, a spa, helicopter pad, sauna, gym and massage room, a promenade of 130 meters, a music room, a dining room, a cinema, sun decks, suites, terraces, a lounge, etc.
The decks are connected by stairs but there is also an elevator.


It uses green energy to 20 to 30% fuel savings and 40 to 50% electricity consumption on board. Therefore there are 900 m2 equipped with solar panels, producing a daily output of 500 kW.


The master suite.

The living space is amazing!


Has seating for 12 passengers and 20 crew.

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