Comments for: Cruising yacht owner sets sights on solo trip around world

Posted Nov. 01, 2012, at 8:06 p.m.

THOMASTON | Stanley Paris hopes to set records for circling the globe, and on Thursday afternoon he got to see the 63-foot custom-designed cruising yacht he plans to use to do so. The Kiwi Spirit was christened and launched at the Lyman Morse Boatbuilding yard on the Thomaston waterfront. …

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  • Anonymous

    If only I could be so smart, ambitious, confident and brave. Perhaps this explains his position in the economic strata.
    Excellent work Lyman-Morse! Good Luck Mr. Paris!

  • Anonymous

    Yes, very ambitious.
     Sailing a 63 footer alone will take all his skills and energy.
    Hopefully he will keep a good weather eye out.
    Best wishes to the mariner.

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