thing is that I crewed on a 90ft gaff rigged ketch
back in the early 90's. We where usually motoring even with the sails
up due to the fact the pointy end was the stern and we where 110 ton fully loaded. It was a motor
sailer if I ever saw one. Anyway, I decided to forget all of the things that I half learned in my early twentys and start from scratch. Additionally, if any of you where in St Thomas/Antigua in the early 90's you know that many, MANY brain cells where killed during my sailing career. ASA 101 starts 4 Nov. I can't wait.
I think the progression will be 101, some sailing, higher courses, relocating to a waterfront (ie: saltwater) location, buying
a weekend boat/guest room, more classes, some more sailing, a bareboat
charter, get the kids
out of the house, bigger boat (leaning toward the 44 Hunter) selling the house and moving to a marina, cutting the docklines and cruising the Islands.Thats the 7 year plan. What do you guys and girls think? want to come along?