Fleming Rendezvous

Mystic Dancer

May 24, 2016

Anne and Bill Knorr, the current owners of Majestic Dancer were taking part in the 30th anniversary of Fleming Yachts at the Fleming Rendezvous which was held at the Port Sidney Marina on Vancouver Island.

CY’s Bob Nicoll was invited on board and treated to a tour of their Beautiful 53 foot motoryacht. Bob and his wife, Trish, finally settled on the upper deck where they listened to Anne and Bill talk about the day that Bill took the plunge, May 17, 2013 to be exact, and took possession of the Fleming in Portland Oregon. Two days later with a hired skipper on board they moved Majestic Dancer down the Columbia River and finally to her new home in Anacortes.

Anne and Bill charter their yacht through Anacortes Yacht Charters. If you’re looking for something very special in yacht charters them Majestic Dancer is the yacht for you.

If you’d like to find out more about the yacht, go to the Fleming owner site under current articles look up Maiden Voyage.


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