Finally, I am getting around to this, it seems like the last 6 weeks have been so crazy with work, family, life, etc. So we sold our 2001 Post 42 a few years back when my wife was pregnant, we were moving, I was finishing up school, and changing my role at work. At that point in our life it was a tough decision as we truly loved our Post but also didn’t want to see it sit unused possibly for a few years. Now our daughter is big enough to really enjoy so we knew it was time to get the family back on the water. Historically we would put 300-500 hours on our old Post every year between cruising and running to the canyons but now I expect we will be doing more cruising for the time being and lighter on the fishing. We knew that we wanted to move into another Sportfish in the 50’ class and was still in love with our old Post so we kept our eyes out for a Post 50. We looked at a bunch of the ones on the market and finally decided on a 2000 model in North Palm Beach which was currently named “Miss Behavin”. The previous owner really took care of this boat and had spared no expense in maintenance or upgrades. The gelcoat issues had all been taken care of with the boat being re-painted by Post and the foredeck re-done in non-skid. So with the new family battlewagon found, the journey to bring Hull #69 home had just begun.